Boomkat Product Review:
Italian composer Lorenzo Senni unleashes his first album on the world, and it's a minor masterpiece in ear-searing digital manipulation and exuberant sound design. There's something very much reminiscent of the golden age of Mego about all this, and in addition to the more commonplace Fennesz influences evident on 'pool5' and the like, you'll hear wild and inventive takes on the sort of material explored by Pita, General Magic and Farmers Manual. 'spckrft' is a vicious piece of sonic demolition, opening the record with a gleefully destructive tone, before 'Glenfield nd' tries to make amends, bathing you in a languid bitstream of melody. A number of two minute miniatures ensue, filled with crispy, desiccated sound matter, but then a beautiful, extended drone composition suddenly presents a very different side to Senni's music, sounding effortlessly frail and refined, occupying the highest strata of the frequency spectrum. First class stuff. Highly recommended.