Monday, May 1, 2017

Bouwakanja – Hajiba (2013)



  • Alternative dance 
  • Electronic music 
  • Electro pop 
  • Breaks 
  • Acid electro 
  • Breakbeat

Comment: an artist called Bouwakanja can be considered an interesting artist since I listened to his album Incantation. Hajiba is a massive event due to a huge range of different sounds, intense rhythms and sophisticated patterns in both sounds and rhythms, basic sounds and counterparts to it and the synergy between the compartments. It embraces as much pieces as 16. That's challenging. Similarly to C-sium's Daze Loft EP it involves droning electro intensity and strained needle-shaped and smithereens-alike rhythms being backed up by dynamics providing it a coherent adhesive matter between the more or less rugged parts. Frequently those rough elements are saturated with gloomy synthesised progressions atop giving it a more spaced-out yet eerie approach. Furthermore, the artist employs more subdued and tranquil moments to provide shifts in mood and structure. For sure, although it might be not very apparent throughout the course at times there are up some Middle Eastern motives to have surfaced here and there. Indeed, the charming clash keeps going to appear from the very beginning to the very end. He also uses human voices to warp them into something new into something more mechanical and robotic. This intriguing outing is a part of the discography of Section 27.
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