Boomkat Product Review:
Housed in brilliant photo-sleeve, DVA Damas' 'Wet Vision' proposes a more technoid, gloomy sound from Taylor Burch and Joe Cocherell on Downwards America. Techno proper is implied by the thumping kicks and tetchy tempo of 'Wet Vision' and the staggered swagger of 'Theme For Silence', but not at the expense of their bone-dry desert goth aesthetic. However, the B-side strays farther from their usual style with the arterial throb of 'Wet Vision Pt. II', which actually sounds closer to HTRK, and the pulsing, slinky stalk of 'On Your Heels' which sounds almost like Tropic Of Cancer doing techno proper.