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Telekinesis – Obey EP [REVIEW]

Telekinesis - Obey EP Artwork - BlackoutAfter monster releases on Bad Taste and Eatbrain, Telekinesis is fully delivering on the neurofunk front with their brand new ‘Obey’ EP on Blackout Music. This talented pair of producers have really upped their game, and each track really shines in its own unique way for us.

The opening track, ‘Break’ immediately makes you think someone has stuck in The Prodigy’s, ‘Smack My Bitch Up’ and pushed the tempo right up. The familiarity slowly slips away though when it drops and turns into a fully-blown neuro workout.

After our ears are now warmed up from that lovely track, we decided to give the next track, ‘Listen’ a… listen. We were not disappointed. The build is your standard hype and then when it drops you’re left sitting/standing there with your mouth fully locked open. So far, so good.

Next up is, ‘Play’. The intro reminds us a bit of Malux’s new stuff, but again when it drops – we are not disappointed and Telekinesis are definitely not shy either in showing us their producing prowess. The groove on this one is probably our favourite so far. It’s constant, yet has that cheekiness about it that would leave you dancing on your own for about 10 minutes with a grin on your face whilst your mates go take a cig break.

Last, but certainly not least is, ‘Shut Up’. As if the other three tracks on this EP weren’t enough for you to rush in to all your new sets, you’ll now be stuck deciding on which one! This is probably the chunkiest out of the four tracks and is definitely set to get people moving. The drum switch ups are insane as well. Good one to mix with, this one!

Telekinesis have done an incredible job with this EP and each track stands out on its own, whilst all complimenting each other on the same release. Blackout always do a good job with quality control and pushing the neuro sound, and they’ve certainly outdone themselves this time. You can grab the EP on April 15th from all good digital stores.

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