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Leeway – Hypoxia
DOMA3-LP
110 lei
 
Clandestine, wyrdo techno minimalism with purported connections to Kiran Sande of BEB/Low Company fame, feat music by London’s Leeway for fans of Krevet, Logos x DB1’s Rvshes, Conrad Pack & Gonz, SM-LL, Yann Dub & Explore Toi, Nebuchadnezzar, T++

‘Hypoxia’ explores strains of anaerobic machine mysticism for the club in nine parts. Built brittle but shatterproof, they cycle permutations of nervily offbeat experimental techno that may fall flat on ‘floors expecting rote kick drum/‘90s pop sample/filter sweep formulæ, but are likely to swivel the bones of harder-to-please gees with purposefully unyielding, ascetic yet immersive arrangements. Redressing techno as a vehicle for abstract expressionism, Leeway gets right inside his thing with uncompromising skill, generating killer offbeat 160bpm step in ‘English Dead’ and his title tune, and 2 minutes of simulated pastoralism in ‘English Air’, whereas ‘Blind’ trades in smashed and sped-up grime reductionism. The 2nd half feels to slip into semi-consciousness with the picnoleptic, liminal states of ‘English Air (Erosion)’ that leach out into ‘Spirit Rapping’, the broken glass-stepper ‘Blind (Fever)’, and the paradoxically zonked but anxious shut-down ‘X-Dream’.
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