Listening to this release is like turning back time to the late 90s, when dense, high-tempo looped grooves dominated techno. In particular, Privatti seems to be making reference to the User and Player series of records from that period. The title track wears its colours most blatantly: featuring a dog barking and a hardcore vocal snippet, its furious rhythm and panel-beating percussion sound inspired by loop techno classics like "I'm A Player". The remix by Rydel shows more restraint - if that word is applicable at all in this context- but "Kink" marks a return to the late 90s as a dense, tribal loop is underscored by a lurching bass and incessant vocal chants. They don't make them like they used to - or do they?
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