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Boomkat Product Review:
Broshuda outlines an anxious but lush ambience on his first LP for Soda Gong.
Steeped in the experimental electronic spirit and atmospheric mood that ties classic Berlin and European city music to its current waves of operators, ‘Contemplative Figuration’ defines Broshuda’s sound as a product of its environment; mapping aspects of late ’90s/early ‘00s glitch minimalism to more fractal, amorphous, semi-organic structures, each bumped with a K-likemlushness that will riddle listeners into the music’s textured topography.
Quietly glowing into being with the warbling synths and Mike Cooper-esque strums caught of ‘Kakigori’, the album folds in and around itself between chamber-like ambient dub of ‘Obj. Contraire’ feat. a vocaloid Elen Huynh, and free floating structures recalling Marina Rosenfeld’s work with Ben Vida in ‘Cypher’, whereas ‘Airlite DMV’ blushes with a MDMAde-up romantic pads, and ‘Leg’ shows his smart, low key beat chops a la some Yves Tumor aside, and the bullet-time dembow warp of ‘Pagoda’ feat. Guest input by Manta is the one for all the dancers.