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Boomkat Product Review:
Chasing up an ace 12” of crooked EBM dub for BFDM, Jonquera blesses Lyon’s Bamboo Shows with a full debut album in this dank, expressively weirdo synth mode
Also known as half of Pilotwings, Jonquera’s solo work is a dark, grubbier proposition taking cues from dungeon synth music and doomy, mutant industrial styles redolent of ‘90s horror and RPG computer scores, but steering to the right side of cheesy. The album was produced over the course of one week and is said to narrate a “feudal struggle between a heretic woman and a priest in the small town of Charlieu, France” which is always going to be a strong, if at least curious, basis for a record.
In 14 succinct steps, the tracks reveal an absorbingly personalised and playful sort of sound design that crosses paths with the kind of possessed creations by Black Zone Myth Chant or Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement, helming to sluggish rhythms and superbly layered for heady immersion in his pulpily esoetric illbience.