Samuli Kemppi is a master of the ice-cool, stripped back techno groove, and on Parallax, he squeezes new possibilities from minimalism. "Extragalactic" is built on dense, shuffling rhythms that shift and morph continuously and deep beautiful tones. "Astrometric Precision" is closer in sound and spirit to Jeff Mills' Something in the Sky releases, its spaced out tones and reduced rhythm sounding both understated and powerful. "More Than Parsec" sees the Finnish producer reveal his harder side, with heavy drums and metallic percussion crashing in, but soon afterwards he returns to a more reduced approach; "Less Than Planck" is an eerie groove, filled with weird and wonderful plink-plonk tones.
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