Justin Cudmore speaks softly. It’s takes me by surprise at first, if only because the Brooklyn-based DJ and producer’s work—or what little of it has made it out it to the world so far—is primarily united by a sort of retro-tinged electricity. His 2016 debut record “Crystal,” released last year on Honey Soundsystem, barrels through squirmy 303 lines like an unhinged Acela train. And that aggressive streak doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon either. Later this month, he’ll release an EP called Forget It for New York’s underground techno mainstay The Bunker, and on it he’s stuffed four relentless tracks of spiraling vocal snippets, vacuum-sealed drums, and crimped acid earworms.
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