(Evelyn)

The first twelve minutes could have you thinking it’s all a joke, as a continuous drop is filtered through a phasing effect without anything else. While you’re ready to give up, an electronic low note comes up in the mix, replacing the rhythmical still and filling the air. Later on, more “watery” elements are treated in a fusion that inexorably takes control of your space; meanwhile, the droning has become steady and incessant in its perennial immobility. Simple parts linked together form a total that buzzes and roams, lifting the intensity level up more than a few notches. At the end of the day, this stuff is “impersonally involving” and, quite certainly, owns the keys to an interesting outlook over low-budget sound canvases.

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