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Boomkat Product Review:
Sähkö’s Jazzpuu sublabel reissue a superb piece of post-Soviet “free jazz” electronics by Vladimir Tarasov, part of his long-running ‘Atto’ series
Originally dispensed by state label Мелодия in 1990, the 4th ‘Atto’ volume features Vladimir effortless rolling out on a 35 minute piece in two parts built from pranging percussion, hunting horns and electronics.
It’s a hypnotic study in sublime tension and spatial perception, with low-lying, distant bed of waltzing arps in the background, and sparing, pranging percussion in the foreground organically building to a pensive thunder and precipitous chime tree shivers in the first, before the rhythms double and triple up in the 2nd part, reminding us of Oren Ambarchi’s recent rhythms excursions with Ricardo Villalobos and co in the process.