|1.||"Chamber Music" (5:31)|
|2.||"Open Heart" (5:47)|
|5.||"Bladed Terrain" (4:10)|
|1.||"Diamond Child" (5:35)|
|2.||"Angel In Ruin" (2:51)|
|3.||"Leaving The Grid" (3:55)|
|5.||"Oblivion Theme" (4:26)|
Has there been a Planet Mu or Ital Tek release that hasn't packed a punch? Often divisive as a result, whether it's usually the right punch or not is a personal matter, but suffice to say yaysayers will be won over by the latest from both stable and producer. It's heavy, intelligent music that's steadfast in its rejection of anything like the norms - sitting somewhere between IDM, EBM, ambient and dubstep. As you'd expect, then, there are moments of real intensity. In fact, more than a few. The dystopian hoovers and thunderous kick drum of slow death rave anthem 'Bladed Terrain', or the equally well-titled bassbin killer 'Deadhead'. But although plentiful (and bountiful), those moments are contrasted by elegance and wide-eyed cinematic grandeur - 'Chamber Music', 'Open Heart' and 'Diamond Child'. Perhaps one of the best bass records you'll find in summer 2020.
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