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Boomkat Product Review:
Muslimgauze vibes from Alleged Witches, new recruit to Manchester’s Natural Sciences, enacting possessed percussive rituals and gloaming atmospheres for end of the world ravers
Hailing from Slovenia, Alleged Witches has previously explored this style on 12”s for Media Fury and Dimensions, plus his on Greyhound Days label, all setting the scorched earth for ‘Work After Machinery,’ where atavistic rhythm urges surface thru a prism of pagan ambience and funereal feels recalling Muslimgauze as much as Kйr or Kosei Fukuda.
Like Natural Sciences previous zinger from Dalibor Cruz, Alleged Witches’ turn is also crafted with immersive, otherworld-building values that lock listeners right in. The titles are matched by the music’s flow, with the neogothic atmosfear of ‘The benefits of the Fake Commute’ committing to steeply brooding early ‘gauze sound, before swerving between the trampling drums of ‘Parasitic Future’ to gyring dark industrial ambience in ‘A Case for Co-operation between Humans and Machines,’ to the pendulous clank of ‘Maintenance Tips for Heavy Machinery,’ and the masterfully bone-rolling crunch and parry of ‘Avoiding Cross-Contamination In Your Food Business’ recalling Yves Tumor’s Bekelé Berhanu bits.