According to the good folks behind Ghent's Deewee label, Bolis Pupul was inspired to make electronic music after attending a Jean-Michel Jarre concert. Like his 2016 debut, these two tracks were recorded on a visit to Belgium from his native South East Asia (or so the story goes). First up is the bubbly, hardware based space disco of "Waii", where vintage synthesizer melodies cluster around attractive arpeggio lines and dusty drum-computer hits. The Macao man flips the script slightly on virtual flipside "Teknow", which boasts a variety of wild, manipulated electronic motifs bleeps, skewed modem sounds, rave riffs, jammed-out electro stabs etc - and some sturdy 4/4 drums. It's eccentric and unusual, but also rather good.
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