Sunday, December 18, 2016

Bouwakanja – Incantation (2016)

  • Dub 
  • Electronic music 
  • Experimental electronica 
  • Electro 
  • Breakcore 
  • Alternative dance 
  • Wonky 
  • Ambient techno 
  • Hip-hop 
  • Urban music

Comment: in the first track there are up occult, wonky Jamaican dub rhythms which later will be complemented by more Western elements though it is still disputable by its nature. However, it is a bit of voodoo/witch man stuff anyway where the witches prepare their audio systems in the way to have an addictive impact on the listener. It involves many different vibes and cadences and thereby this 15-notch outing can be considered the sort of breakcore issue. More profoundly, from dub and electro to post-dubstep and skidding synthesised frequencies and uncanny electronic propulsions to noisy interludes and undulating wonky vibrations. At Rhino one can experience being sustained by a deep/ambient plateau being backed up by crunching, needle-shaped rhythms. That's very epic and dynamical and narcotic simultaneously. It is followed up by Potemkin, the spacey electro hip-hop per excellence. Indeed, the listener undergoes many metamorphoses though some of them are microscopic ones and used to succeed in a logical order to one another. So yeah, there are represented both change and homogeneity/consistency. The issue is a part of the discography of Pavillion36 Recordings. It is the French artist under the French imprint. In a word, it is a solid French case.
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