Szare never fail to surprise with each release - one minute they're making dark, stripped back techno for Horizontal Ground, the next they're making Shackleton style dubstep on Mindset. This EP for Deepmoves reveals yet another layer to the pair; "Mocao" is a Latin percussive workout that is somewhere between Comeme and jacking Detroit techno, while "Vermelho" utilises syncopated samba percussion and curiously tropical samples alongside its darker tendencies. "Bellevue" is perhaps more what we've come to expect from the duo, as shadowy textures drift across an insistent kick drum, but it's certainly no less thrilling. Rounding this off, Bleak remixes "Bellevue" to fine effect with a deep reworking full of cavernous dub delay of the Skudge variety.
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