Harvey Mckay – Output EP

><br /> written all over it, stripped down beats that resonate through any bass filled system. Output is a brew of rumbling lows and effective delay patterns. Remixes of ‘girls don’t like me’ come from Soma new boy <a href=Yet again Glasgow is the birthplace for another techno feast. Harvey Mckay’s Output EP encapsulates the Soma sound, stripped down beats that’ll resonate through any bass heavy system. Output is a brew of rumbling lows, pitched basslines and effective delay patterns. Perfect for any sweaty underground occasion. Flipping the vinyl, Xiphoid is an agitato of continual percussion augmented with high-key midi synths. McKay keeps his tracks layered, making a textured sound that instinctively draws the head to keep nodding. Sure to make tech-enthusiasts raise a hand in appreciation, Soma has found an undoubted new talent. Luckily for us, he’s got an album on the way too.

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Image from Harvey Mckay – MySpace

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~ by electronicedinburgh on May 14, 2008.

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