The 23rd release from The Bunker New York features Brooklyn-based producer Gunnar Haslam with a scorching serving of acid. “Scale No Flam” takes its time here – the first two minutes draw from a deep spring of 303 squelches bubbling up from the magma. What happens next either makes or settles the track for you: a churning, a driving rhythm and percussion so brilliant you can see the flashes of the sun if you listen long enough. Mike Servito and Justin Cudmore remix it for the B-side “Bass Shift Mix” which has more of a tactile, industrial feeling – kind of a sawtoothed boogie feeling – with a little of the satanic gleam of Haslam’s original.
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