Croatia's Petar Dundov is one the few artists who makes techno sound both evocative and organic. Unlike post-Kompakt mush or fist-pumping stadium trance, Dundov's work evokes a sense of melancholia that is absent from electronic music - and this release is no exception. On the title track, dramatic synths and strings well up against the backdrop of an amazingly fluid acid line. It's the musical strings that impress most, sounding purer and more vital than the turquoise waters of the Adriatic. "Triton", as its name suggests, is more austere and darker, as a pacy bassline guides eerie synth lines, but the reflective piano keys show yet again that Dundov is a master of melody.
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