Boomkat Product Review:
Dedicated dub disciple, Scott Monteith a.k.a. Deadbeat, expands his parameters to take in a brace of soulful vocals and some of his most sublime house productions on his 9th solo album since debuting with Primordia in 2001.
In the classic tradition of dub, Deadbeat's catalogue can be defined by the pursuit of minimalist refinement; reducing everything to its most crucial essence or truth.
Walls & Dimensions is arguably his most impressive example of this process, whether doing Luomo-style deep house songs in the gorgeous Got to Carry On or the MDMA-smudged bliss of Rage Against The Night with Delhia De France, and False Tuned-style dub-soul with Fink on Ain't No More Flowers, whilst the likes of Tired People offers his tightest, nattiest bind of dub techno and bubbling breaks, and then there's the glorious, beat-less harmonic sweep of Lights For Lele to contour your comedown.
If it ain't broke: refine it.