Thursday, November 19, 2015

Stakka – Alone EP (2004)

  • IDM
  • Glitchtronica
  • Experimental electronica
  • Minimal techno
  • Glitch-hop
  • Experimental techno

Comment: this 6-track package is a fabulous mix of crunchy rhythms, synthesised wobbles and glitched-out noises flitting in around by the Polish producer Stakka. Given that the outing had been issued in 2004 this might be a quite ordinary practice to take on minimal techno/IDM rhythms, catchy melody lines and beautiful harmonies by following the influence of such labels as Mille Plateaux, and Morr Music then. However, the best time to test the quality of music is to do it many years after the release date of an issue (it is similar to be done with regard to historical events). Here we come in approximately 11 years later. I have no complains, I have no hints at something which could have done in a better way. All is equilibrated all is measured in a proper way. Furthermore, the Polish producer deviates from the aforementioned formula because of providing a couple of nervous hip-hop/glitch-hop compositions which truly make difference (Mosaik, Lucky People). In a word, get this gem which is a part of the discography of the Montrèal, Quebec, Canada based imprint Camomille which had been led by Vincent Fugère aka Muhr.   
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