If you've followed Meakusma since the Brussels-based label first emerged you should know to treat their releases with a pleasant sense of expecting the unexpected. Whilst they are eminently willing to appease dancefloors with music from artisans like Terrence Dixon, Madteo, Even Tuell and Vakula, Meakusma are equally happy to look towards more esoteric fare - see their releases from Harmonious Thelonious and the idiosyncratic beatsmiths Ssaliva. Essentially Meakusma is an undervalued outpost for the experimental fringes of electronic music. The label's latest release is a perfect example, issuing an album from the Georgia pairing of Brian Close and Justin Tripp. Across the eight tracks, Like Comment presents a melting pot of quirky electronics mixed with more classical instrumentation which Meakusma describe as "playful nonsense with deeper meaning".
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