When one of your past achievements include creating the world's first robotic gamelan orchestra, then releasing a record for a techno label probably doesn't seem daunting - even if it is the respected Bunker imprint from New York. That said, Aaron Taylor Kuffner has done his best to deliver a release that plays at the fringes of dance floor electronic music. The title track resonates to steely drums, but it's the finer details that really impress. Rickety effects, microscopic bleeps and a cacophony of bells that gradually get louder and more discordant as the track progresses mark it out as unusual. Kuffner follows a similar approach on "Rangda", where a clanging percussive groove collides with a wall of electronic noise.
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Zemi17The Bunker New York
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