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Boomkat Product Review:
Clipping. sever the spine of Whitehouse’s ‘Wriggle Like F*cking Eel’ in rugged rap mode on an expanded edition of their 2016 fan favourite, reinforced with solid remixes by Jana Rush, Dave Quam, Homemade Weapons, and Cardopusher
The cranky follow-up to Clipping.’s debut LP with Sub Pop revolves a nasty chunk of Whitehouse’s ‘Wriggle Like A F*cking Eel’ torn apart in its lead tune ‘Wriggle.’ The whole EP is is a prime example of the LA-based experimental hip hop crew at their rambunctious best, veering from grimy rap (’Shooter’) to cyberpunk jit (‘Wriggle’), jungle juke (‘Hot Fuck No Love’) and trilling rap noise hingeing on the iciest rimshots (‘Our Time’), plus a bashy new cut ‘Back Up 2021’ featuring bars by SB The Moor and Debby Friday.
Remixing, footwork Queen Jana Rush accentuates the kinkiness of ’Shooter’ on a rugged af Chicago flex recalling earliest DJ Nate in her ‘Face Rearranged Remix’, while Portland, OR’s Dave Quam drags ‘Back Up’ to a sort of dark electro sleaze recalling Pametex joints. Seattle’s Homemade Weapons keep it close to Sub Pop’s homeland with a rolling, acidic step-up D&B conversion of ‘Wriggle,’ and Cardopusher yokes the same elements to hard snares and muscle-twanging arps in his EBM remix.