You'd have to be really up on your European minimal house to have caught Kassian Troyer's name before, but he makes his debut proper for Dial Records no less, with four tracks of hyper-reduction that call to mind Background or Telegraph Records. This point of reference comes largely down to the reduced funk samples that pepper the music. On the surface all seems quiet, but when you dig into the music there's gorgeous guitar licks, vibing Rhodes, and plenty more organic heart beating away. It may be a sound that will struggle in some clubs, but there's still passion and art in abundance in this approach to electronic music.
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