||1.||"Prosthetics" (Mechamix) (1:52)|
||2.||"Prosthetics 1" (2:56)|
||3.||"Prosthetics 2" (1:26)|
||4.||"Prosthetics 3" (4:32)|
||5.||"Prosthetics 4" (3:15)|
Since kicking off all the way back in 2012, Boomkat's Death Of Rave imprint has grown solidly thanks to a consistent pool of experimental artists in the know. The likes of Powell, Delroy Edwards, Merzbow and Mark Fell have all featured, but the last few years have been about scouting their own talent from the ground up. Newcomer Croww is one such artists they've managed to find and his debut LP, Prosthetics, is precisely the sort of gear that they needed. There are four segments of "Prosthetics", and neither one of them have the calm and pace to hold back any of their terror and distortion. On the contrary, Croww makes a point of throwing the listener head-first into a treacherous world of hardware explosions and beat stabbings, all roughly wrapped up in a sort of metallic-like coating. It's one to watch out for - both artist and release.
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