Prostitutes sparks his return to Diagonal with the mutated Hi-NRG of Dance Tracksz.
Having dropped one of the earliest releases with DIAG005 back in 2013, Prostitutes has gone onto r-r-r-roll the (rather jagged) beats with aces for Shifted's now defunct Mira imprint as well as bangers for Night School and a double drop for Spectrum Spools.
Dance Tracksz is possibly the most concise album from him yet, which considering how much his Spools and Digitalis knocked us and many others over, is quite a feat. Moving in the signature sounds of Diagonal, fuzzy buzzin' beats with a new beat backbone that stands them tall among other labels moving within the same vicinity.
Combining the sort of jacking mashed up techno that wouldn't sound out of place in a Mumdance set. While it is a techno record at its core, elements of bubblegum J-pop, industrial SPK like noise assaults and classic Headz' rudeboy Blue Note swagger combine to make a thrilling, no f*cking about edge of your seat ride destined to make you D-A-N-C-E.