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Boomkat Product Review:
Minimal techno blue blood Pantha Du Prince explores modern classical and non-western modes of composition alongside signature, purring bass rhythms in his first album since 2017.
Far more biased toward non-dancefloor styles than any of his previous LPs, PDP’s ‘Conference of Trees’ was written for five piece ensemble as the soundtrack to an A/V work of the same name. It’s intended to give life to the unheard communication of trees, and as such comprises the most organic-sounding of PDP’s releases, which stretch back into the heyday of ‘00s minimal techno.
Where the energy of that era has dissipated, PDP looks to the natural world for conceptual inspiration with lovely, serene results that that unfurl in arcing narrative transition from just intonation-tuned strings thru sloshing, gamelan-like percussion to, around the half way mark, lissom bass rhythms that carry his vocals and increasingly elusive vibes into elegantly offset sorts of forrk-techno set dances for whoever it is that still listens to this stuff in 2020.