Up to this point, Marvin Horsch's output for Dorfjungs has provided a refreshing, light-heartred take on the enlarged ambient domain. In fact, it's almost an injustice to categorise his music as such, because there is plenty of movement and energy throughout his tracks and sonic arrangements. This new EP for the fledgling Film label, for example, is a sublime piece of hybrid electronica that touches many different genres and influences. The opening sequence, "Omnisession#1" feels like a journey through space and time, a sort of ode to acid jazz and Sun-Ra voyages, backed by a great percussion. "Sun After Rain" is a softer experient, guided mainly by placid chimes and solitary melodies, whereas "Negobebo#2" ups the mood with a glorious burst of starry synths and kinetic drum machine folds in a way that's highly personal to Horsch's improvisational style. Wonderful.
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