A name that fellow countrymen Noisia have been touting for quite some time now, the Netherlands-based Posij takes on the fifth volume in Critical Music’s ever-impressive Binary series and delivers a deep, dark and heavy four-tracker that is straight tech-driven illness.
If strychnine-aced futuristic drum & bass is your thing, then Posij is sure to blow a few gaskets in your dome as bits like “Techplant” and “Rover” keep things bubbling on a subtle, minimal level before the big guns come out on tunes like the tech-stepping “Change” and the heavy-metal thunder of “Spin.”
From the interstellar twitch on “Techplant” to the leftfield atmospheres on “Rover,” Posij echoes both the crisp, clean sound of Noisia as well as the otherworldly visions of Photek in his prime. Still, if you’re looking to wake the neighbors and bang your head, “Spin” is all you need to get your metal grind on.
Out now so ride the lightning to your nearest electronic outlet!