Joton is known primarily for releases on his own New Rhythmic label, so this outing on Odd Even is sure to win him more attention. It moves in style from the hypnotic dub techno of "Antioquia 1", before the second version sees him opt for a more percussive rhythm, albeit still underpinned by ghostly sounds. "Antioquia 3" is different again, with the Spanish producer upping the tempo slightly more and dropping yelping vocals and insistent claps over a prowling bass. On the fourth and final instalment, Joton opts for a somewhat more visceral approach, with clanging metallic drums underpinning a series of acid squelches.
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