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Hadshot Haheizar returns to the airwaves to stoke the flames once again, giving a fiery taste of one of the labels exclusive discoveries, Blind Fold. Having made his debut in 2006 on Rip n Burn Recordings and also appearing on Hadshots 10-year anniversary complation in 2007 under his alias Audiolizer, Israeli producer Matan Arkin has forged a style for himself that is both heavy in its orchestral audio mentality while keeping enough low-end bounce and grime to be aimed squarely at maximal dancefloor effect. His recent work with Belgian label Selecta Beats and previous EP on Hadshot has also shown his diversity in additionally branching out to encompass a more house and electro flavored sound. With his Blind Fold project, Matan exploits the full range his audio toolbox, this time presenting a five-pack of tracks that are each undeniably individual in style and sound while all containing his distinctive flare for quirky individuality.

The EPs title track Holy Sin throws all expectations out the window, dropping the tempo to allow a sinful bass-driven groove to lay down the aural substratum for an audaciously delicious nu-disco meets industrial electro crossover. Matans ramps up the energy in Ann Marrie, matching a melodic full-frontal assault on the dancefloor with a thickly bouncing low-end sure to ignite sparks. The experimental jazz-laden number Never uses an acoustic multi-instrumental arrangement to temporarily add a playful air, while Pig and Pepper is an unmistakable return to Matans earlier work as Audiolizer, bringing together his trademark dramatic orchestral atmosphere with a bass-heavy punch to move the feet. Closing the EP is Milk, a naughty downbeat number skimming the border between the finest selections of sultry electropop and filthy triphop.
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