- Electronic music
- Experimental electronica
Comment: the opening track The Darwinist chimes as a whimsical blend of folk-based guitars and acid-drenched synthesizers and tectonic rhythms yet the piece does not set the pace for the rest of this 9-track issue. Later on, the guitars are abandoned or at least withdrawn to a lesser trajectory and massive dubstep frequencies and exquisite post-dubstep cadences being imbued with some electro flickers are about to going to predominate the first row within it. However, Galileo is another track where the guitars are to come back and zap a composition. The Belgian artist has a proficient touch to wrench these beats and frequencies in the way of finding the ending point in the listener’s brain and heart and coccyx. That is most important. The issue is ended up by a set of three remixes by the likes of c0ma, Andrew Course, and Max Greening aka Flatland Sound Studio. I like a remix of Tesla`s Dream created by Flatland Sound Studio, which used to sample hilariously enthusiastic words with the operatic kind of singing. In formal, it is not mentioned as a studio album but rather as a case of EP plus remixes. However, the result is grand in its rhythmical alchemy and moody meandering. The issue is a part of the discography of the Argentinian Abstrakt Reflections.