Deadly Poison

by Sanys

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‘Deadly Poison’ is the fourth installment of St Petersburg-based producer Sanys on discerning Downfall Theory series. Retaining to the A/B format and treading a heady, analogue-hued line with releases thus far on predecessors ‘Control Freak / Event Horizon’, ‘Forward Thinking Logic’ and ‘Daily Situation’—which supported a stunning rework from Chicago-based, Detroit-born producer Alex Israel, ‘Deadly Poison’ continues to march on in gritty, idiosyncratic fashion only this time fractioning off and multiplying into four distinct, yet symbiotic floor workouts.

On the A-side “Hired Guns” kicks off with no-holds barred, full-on weighty bass weaponry before “Grab Them Back In” reins things in, just a little: A dystopic soundtrack full of clanging machines rung through with the filmy dread of a waning humanity. On the B-side concern continues in “Plain Rude” as distorted vocals are twisted into evil barks and plied with itchy hats to warning chimes and a bounding bassline in this weird and wonky builder. “Down And Dirty” then concludes—as the title suggests—in deep, raw analogue terrain.

Having already caught the attention of people like Blawan, Rivet and Brendon Moeller, ‘Deadly Poison’ consolidates Sanys skills as a one to watch maker of provocative, sensitive and fiercely independent dance music.

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released April 15, 2013

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