Following last year's Cheerful Pessimist release on Trip, Vladimir Dubyshkin delivers another high-octane release for Nina Kraviz' label. There's the lo-fi rhythm and colourful tones of "Rural Woman", while on "Grasshopper's Opinion" the Russian producer drops a slinky, nuanced groove. On the other side of the sonic spectrum but maintaining a similar tempo, "Customs & Traditions" sees Dubyshkin focus on tough drums and a robust rhythm, littered with looped vocals. Dubyshkin then returns to the same type of approach he used on "Rural Woman" for the high-paced "Elvis Has Left The Building", with hypnotic tones and a pulsating bass to the fore.
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