Boomkat Product Review:
On a relatively rare excursion for his Ominira label, Kassem Mosse lovingly messes with house and techno formats in Chilazon Gaiden, divining a sort of kabbalistic techno sound that expands on the off centre flex of his Chilazon released by Honest Jon’s.
Counting nine tracks of meter-tweaking rhythms and entrancing electronics, Chilazon Gaiden yields Mosse in aerobic mystic mode with a loosely constructed yet firm acknowledgement of the link between dancing and spirituality that many others like to dance around, yet few producers render in such involving, intuitively attuned form.
Working on, off, and around the beat in delicious, brownian motion and slippery geometries, Mosse deftly realises a long-pursued aesthetic in these tracks, giving the club, DJs and dancers something to really work with and effortlessly interpret, rather than commanding them like a martial drill - pulling toward a sound that consolidates the offbeat swerve of Theo Parrish and Actress with the drily sculpted purism of Sleeparchive thru a devilish sleight of hand .
Dancefloor music for body ’n soul.