Red Math-Unhinged

straight-up acid is the first thing you’ll notice, but it all breaks down and shifts from there. epic beats and bending basslines take over giving a nod to juan atkins and other detroit giants. but that’s not the only card being played here as dibblee brings in thick industrial beats and other heavy machinery to contrast with the flowing bass. pushing things even further, your brain gets pummelled by a constant barrage of kick drums right to your frontal lobe. to keep everything on the level, though, are the mini-synthscapes that fill in the cracks and smooth it all out and into submission. by the end, it’s four to the floor and time to dance. edition of 75. REPOST WITH MUCH IMPROVED SOUND

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