Following on from last year's release on Terminal M, Veerus now makes his debut on Adam Beyer's Drumcode imprint. The title track is a wonderfully menacing affair, led by an ominous bass that twists and turns with a menacing swagger. Coupled with its acidic undercurrent and utilitarian snare rolls, the track sounds like a modern, lean take on Richie Hawtin's F.U.S.E. project. On "Apocalypse", the mood isn't quite as bleak as before, but a similar combination that brings together belching low end and spiralling 303s demonstrates again that this emerging Italian producer has become a name to watch.
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