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- Growl by Radioactive Man
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Well well well. Having been a bit of a seasoned party head, I've been exposed to many shifting styles of electronic sounds over the years all designed to get maximum response in rooms, fields & woodland copses from hedonistic free-living party folk. One enduring genre that when executed well still floors me & makes my heart burst is quality electro-tech. There's one British fella who is quietly always at the top of the pile when i'm searching for that euphoric moment to drop in a DJ set & i'd almost forgotten who he was! Until a new release dropped from the skies into my sweaty palms by Radioactive Man called 'Growl'. It's Keith Tenniswoods fresh & funky riposte to what's been tearing up clubland in recent years & is just stacked with dizzy technoid beats & itchy synth lines. And shit loads of clean filtered fat bass. There's a couple of Weatherall collaborations & a track that has the lovely Dot Allison on vox, coming on like a secret Ladytron classic. Tenniswood always manages to blur the line between cerebral home listening and bass bin busting club mayhem without ever dumbing down. The man has a whole plethora of distinctive fodder in his cannon which he always sprinkles his tunes with, like a dusting of magic. Compulsive body jacking music with an electroid soul but oh so very human elements, the same elements that take Richard James's compositions into realms of timelessness & celebratory satisfaction. You know what I mean. He's a bloody marvelous producer is this man and always turns out pristine & enduring artist albums & shattering DJ mixes/sets EVERY TIME cos he's a master of his craft & I, for one, am delighted he's back on the scene properly, at long last! This is on his own Control Tower imprint, CD only so far.
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