Review: Wade & Odyssey's London based label is on its twelfth release and serves up another hot one courtesy of Berlin based Belgian Kill Frenzy. "Answering Machine" is bouncy, warbling, bass driven minimal that's perfect for those afterhour sets. Reminiscent of old Marc Houle. "Freak" on the other hand is pounding peak time industrial techno, dark and steely in a similar style to Rotterdam's Mord imprint. Those nefarious pitch shifted vocals and doom laden synths over the top certainly adding to its overbearing drama! Following up previous releases on Dirtybird and Pets Recordings, this is promising stuff.
Review: When Belgian producer Kill Frenzy first surfaced back in the late '90s, he made a name for himself as a purveyor or robust, slightly jarring electro-house. He's clearly mellowed with age, because this EP for Food Music is decidedly deep. "Errybody" is warm and woozy, all tactile beats, intoxicating chords and drawn-out builds, while the Shadow Child and Tom Flynn Remix turns it into a wonky, acid-flecked stepper. "I Like It", his collaboration with Sacha Robotti, is deeper and dreamier, with just enough garage influence to excite the Hypercolour heads. It's good, as is B-Ju's sparse, percussive, low end-heavy deep garage re-fix.