Andre Bratten's 2013 debut full-length, Be A Man You Ant, was as colourful, vibrant and intoxicating as any "scandolearic" nu-disco full-length since the halcyon days of the mid-to-late 2000s. Math Ilium Ion, the Norwegian producer's first release of note since, attempts to blend these elements - picturesque synthesizers, tactile electronics, big builds, and so on - with tougher rhythms inspired by German house and techno. For the most part it's successful, with opener "Trommer & Bass" - a particularly surging, ragging wobbler - and a pair of minimal-influenced shufflers ("Common Misconception" and "Minor Misconception") best displaying this new direction.
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Andre BrattenSmalltown Supersound Norway
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