Alexey Devyanin has given us all sorts of magnetism since his first productions began to appear in a distant and foggy 2010. He's lived the entire post-dubstep era from its early days through to its present state, and that journey has taken him across labels like Car Crash Set, Berlin's Leisure System, Infinite Machine, Tuff Wax, and his own Hyperboloid. His new album, Human.exe, lands on the latter and it's an extensive piece of work spanning all corners of the bass spectrum. There isn't a single tune on here that remains linear throughout and, instead, Pixelord uses a wide diversity of sonics and beat tactics to produce his mechanical strain of bass-heavy dance music. This is what 'bass' is all about at the end of the day; a vast and bottomless pit of sounds put together under one hybrid groove. For fans of Actress, Hessle, and anything on Hyperdub.
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