Igarashi is a significant name in his native Japan, but his star is only beginning to ascend in the West. This was thanks initially to a release on Peter Van Hoesen's label and now this record on New York club The Bunker's in-house imprint. Suffice to say that Igarashi is fully deserving of the hype. "Part 1" is led by spiky 808s and a pulsing, lithe rhythm, while on "Part 2" he goes farther down the wormhole. Led by translucent trance stabs, it sees Igarashi mine the same hypnotic techno path as Mike Parker. The third part is more pulsing and less frosty but on the fourth and final "Machine" he vanishes back down the frazzled tonal path he first explored on "Part 2".
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Wata IgarashiThe Bunker New York
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