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'Yeezus' collaborator and trap enigma Evian Christ has had a packed few years. His rise to the top seems almost unstoppable and now he adds a new EP to his sterling production credits. His latest EP 'Waterfall' finds Evian Christ exhibiting a creative restlessness that continues to make it harder to pigeonhole this young, evolving artist. On 'Kings And Them' Evian Christ conjured up a sound that was influenced by hip hop as it much as it was by more ambient forms of music. On 'Waterfall' Evian Christ has taken his unique sound into a far noisier and more aggressive territory. The lead track from 'Waterfall', the hip hop laced 'Salt Carousel' may open the record with the sort of dreamlike serenity that typified the vast majority of Kings, but it's really the quiet before the storm as harsher, more abrasive elements rush in and dominate. On 'Fuck Idol' huge walls of digital distortion clash with code red beats that grow more and more frantic as the track progresses, while the title track is a blast of metallic dancehall dread that mutates multiple times over the space of 4 minutes into something truly epic.
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