Boomkat Product Review:
Following that killer Huerco S, Exael and uon hookup for the first release on uon and D. Tiffany’s XPQ? label, Exael returns solo with a followup to the Collex LP on West Mineral with deep, reverberating recordings from the echo chamber.
Recorded in Chicago, 2014-2016 by Naemi, Exael ventures into the more abstracted end of the electronic dub spehere with a set that starts with a kind of corrosive noise malfunction before heading into a deep and shadowy house vibe and mechanised electro, somewhere between Huerco S. and vintage Claro Intelecto. As the label put it, “degraded and corrupted club tools for the adventurous DJ…”