Cafeina Kid – Neko (2016)

  • Breaks 
  • Electronica 
  • Remixes
  • Click And Cuts 
  • Minimal techno 
  • Mood music 
  • Alternative 
  • Sampledelic 
  • Techno 
  • Deep house 
  • Chilltronica 
  • Glitch techno

Comment: similarly to Frenic`s Monomyth: Separation (2015, Dusted Wax Kingdom) the album I commented yesterday Pablo Cornejo aka Cafeina Kid`s 12-notch Neko seems to be a quite similar case. More concretely, it is based on tiny samples, rhythmic iterations and loops and relevant sonic effects which are merged into a moody whole. In comparison to the Frenic`s issue it might be less influenced by the trip-hop and hip-hop art though those influences might just be more buried. Cafeina Kid provides more techno inflected rhythms and at times even more bouncing rhythms in the background. The favourite of mine are related to more gleaming reflections in rhythm and timbre (for instance, at Qubeat). At times the listener can discern click and cut/glitch induced clippings and rubbish bits within the compositions (Amèrica Latina). For me it is much more interesting rather than listening to the kind of hi-fi yet annoying composition. At Conclusión parcial: cascada in the pathway is paved by jazz and deep house littered rhythms and motives to call forth bittersweet memories and painful yet tickling yearning in a listener. Furthermore, Cafeina Kid likes to add wobbly ethnic samples to make it change into a more offbeat result. The outing will have been finished off by another deep house track (BioBio (Hernvn remix)]. This very outstanding outing is a part of the discography of the Chilean imprint Pueblo Nuevo.