Magic touch of The Trilogy Tapes is preserved when strikingly uncouth debut by Rezzett lands on the innovative UK label. Detroit is vaguely calling in the first tones of “Firebomb”, going on messy with distorted undulating chords and spiced up with EBM-style bassline. Next up is “Sutty”, exposed to noisy interference on vicious drum set while downtown lights are switched off with a buzzing drone.
The B-side’s “Yayla” runs on 45 RPM and claims the first prize here. Cascading low frequencies over glimmering pads and mean shouts lead it to tumultuous waters, before the rule of the rhythm from mid-track positions it to advanced dance floors. The lady with hat on the sleeve cartoon might alert those familiar with Old Lady Shapoklyak. Nice one by Rezzett.