As is so often the case with drops on the Balkan Vinyl label, Unitary Covert Sonic Strategies II is an EP which fronts an array of best-good quality acidic club productions. Here we locate two tracks by Balkan bosses Posthuman bookended by a additional pair of cuts from veteran Luke Vibert. No subject who’s in the driving seat below, you can be positive that almost everything on Unitary Covert Sonic Procedures II is a DJ-ready belter which draws heavily from common rave sonics.
Vibert’s jams combine Detroit electro stylings with the sort of playful creation choices which have characterised so much of his audio down the years. EP opener ‘Batter Bits’ is all snappy breaks and junglist chordal stabs when closing minimize ‘Trouble’ combines wailing, alarm-like synths with humming lower-ends and a assortment of vocal samples in its breakdown.
As for Posthuman’s tracks, ‘2 Jack 4 U’ provides on its title with a jacking dwelling groove. Even though ‘2 Jack 4 U’ maintains a steady pulse throughout, the duo’s other giving ‘Hidden Blade’ is the quickest jam below – this kinetic combo of juke drums, acidic low-finishes and equipment-funk synthesisers arrives off like an alien rave beamed in from the deepest corner of area.
The 2nd instalment in Balkan Vinyl’s Unitary Covert Sonic Techniques series finds label bosses Posthuman teaming up with the evergreen Luke Vibert in buy to deliver a split EP of acid-fried rave productions.
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