Mumdance made his name with an ethereal, nearly ambient strain of grime dubbed “weightless,” but the back-to-back sets showcased on his Radio Mumdance series show off the full breadth of the UK producer’s tastes. That’s particularly true in this sprawling session alongside Berlin’s Prequel Tapes. They kick off deep in the groggy zone of abstract electronics and industrial clang that the anonymous Prequel Tapes has previously explored in his own sets; before long, all that vague unease finds its focus in seething acid, blistering drum ‘n’ bass, and saucer-eyed early-’90s trance. By the time nail-bitten breakbeat techno gives way to Nitzer Ebb’s “Let Your Body Learn,” it’s like a heavy cauldron reaching a boil.
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