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Having recently made his bow on Wayward's Ugesto EP, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and producer Elderbrook (AKA youngster Alexander Kost) delivers a promising debut EP of his own. Kost's three original tracks do a good job of defining his style - a kind of soft-focus, overtly atmospheric blend of contemporary bass music, yearning downtempo pop and James Blake-style fragility. Opener "Could" is probably the pick - thanks, in no small part, to a deliciously tactile late night sound - though bonus tracks "Rewinding" and "How Many Times" are similarly attractive. The Six provide the obligatory woozy, bottom-heavy dancefloor rework of "Could", while Andhim's grandiose, sprawling remix of "How Many Times" sounds like an anthem in the making.
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Second time around for native New Yorker Gabriel Garzon Montana's criminally overlooked debut album, Bishoune: Alma Del Huila. Montana is a rare talent: a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and producer with Colombian and French heritage whose poignant, evocative and thoughtful songs join the dots between modern soul, James Blake style fragility, jazz, deep house, experimental hip-hop and broken beat. It's a mix that makes for wonderful listening, with the accompanying remixes - not featured on the original release - enhancing the experience. The Archie Pelago rework of "Pour Mamman" - a soul-jazz classic in the making - and Patrick Russell's dub techno influenced rework of the same track are probably the picks of a strong bunch.
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RVNG Intl's reissue series has been the jewel in the label's crown this year, with K Leimer's A Period of Review and Craig Leon's Nommos both offering killer retrospectives that put many other labels to shame. The third and final subject for this year is Ariel Kalma, a French-born musician who found inspiration in India's sacred music traditions on a trip to the country in the '70s. An artist whose minimalistic style is comparable to Terry Riley, La Monte Young, and Charlemagne Palestine, An Evolutionary Music (Original Recordings 1972 - 1979) collects unheard material from the artist's archives, and is essential listening for fans of psychedelic floatation tank sounds.
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