It's no surprise that Chris Finke's latest Bodyjack release takes inspiration from electronic music's recent past, eg the '90s. However, the seamless manner in which he integrates these influences with modern house and techno are impressive. The title track features a menacing, time stretched bass unravelling over a choppy rhythm and tough drums, while on "Hydra Effect" the ghostly vocal of a lost raver echoes around the steely rhythm. Best of all is "Slowine Effect"; like the title track, it plunders the bass archives, and on this occasion it sounds like Random Noise Generation's "Falling in Dub" was the source material. Coupled with a vocal that sounds like it is repeating the name 'snow white' when it's probably just 'slowine', 33 it has hat magical lost sound.
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