Boomkat Product Review:
Supremely deft hypnorhythms and entrancing electronics from Riccardo Schiró, making strong moves on his Gravity Graffiti label, who have previously turned out goodies by Soichi Terada and Marcello Napoletano, a.o. RIYL Shackleton, Burnt Friedman, Don’t DJ or YPY.
As first introductions go, this is a strong one. Across Dunas, Italian producer Schiró shakes it up properly, firstly teasing in with the effervescent hi-hat spritz and spectral ‘tronics of Esoterico, which soon enough turns into a cascade of claves spun in fizzing polymeters, but still holding a jazzy cool, before cutting left with the levitating delirium of Algebra Des Nomades and ending up in the mirage like Trans-garde.
Turn over for a seriously wicked jungle/jazz/kosmiche fuss called Essoterica, pursued by the wobbly latin jozz fink ov Chiaroscuro Explora, and a final swan dive into dubbed out styles recalling Jay Glass Dubs on Lapis Lazuli.