We are rarely disappointed when it comes to the pretty untouchable discography of White Peach Records, a label that continues to defy boundaries whilst upholding inhuman levels of consistency. This latest four track treat from 207 explores a bag of different musical themes, from the subtle, eastern-inspired pluck melodies of the title track 'Koto', to the unpredictable melodic sweeps of 'Mrtav', which give us two entirely different moods right from the jump. Ourman joins the party next on 'Clochard', with through it's urgent string manoeuvres and nasty low end design gives off an instantaneously classic feel, with the EP then closing out on on 'Ziv', a breathy crunch through gnarly instrumentation and clicky percussion to see the EP out in blistering style. Lovely work!
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