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Ex-Whitehouse dude William Bennett is well settled in to his Cut Hands alter ego by now, so you’ve probably got an idea what to expect from this newest EP on Blackest Ever Black. Dense jittery polyrhythms straddling tribalistic rituals and experimental electronic noise. Opener ‘Damballah 58’ takes up the entire A side, a booming construction of choppy beatwork aimed straight for ...

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Damballah 58 by Cut Hands
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8/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 06 November 2013

Ex-Whitehouse dude William Bennett is well settled in to his Cut Hands alter ego by now, so you’ve probably got an idea what to expect from this newest EP on Blackest Ever Black. Dense jittery polyrhythms straddling tribalistic rituals and experimental electronic noise. Opener ‘Damballah 58’ takes up the entire A side, a booming construction of choppy beatwork aimed straight for your feet, super fun.

Over on the other side things get a bit more serious. I’m particularly liking the gloopy phased DJ Screw-esque beats and gliding synth drones of ‘Belladonna Theme’, although the track on the EP which mixes the melodic and rhythmic aspects of his aesthetic best is closer ‘Immersion’, which mixes the hard-hitting rhythms with the silky melodies to excellent effect. Another winner from ol’ Willy.


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