The owner of Gynoid is the series' latest contributor, and Pure sees him shift the label's sonic goalposts. The title track is a mean, lean slamming track, but it sounds different to the slew of tough techno thanks to its tearing, relentless filter. By contrast, "In The Mood for Dub" is a deep, stepping affair, its heavy rhythms and breathy chords making for a reflective affair. Sitting somewhere in the middle is the Black Hats take on "Pure". Favouring a more laid back tempo and a dubby bassline, it retains the building filters, making for an intoxicating meeting of sounds.
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