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Boomkat Product Review:
Keplar plunder Vladislav Delay’s archival riches again with an expanded and remastered reissue of his year 2000 debut, proper, featuring all tracks in their entirety on vinyl for the first time.
Sasu Ripatti’s debut/2nd album and a classic of Mille Plateaux’s reign over over minimal, glitchy electronics, ‘Entain’ followed his first LP ‘Ele’ (1999) with a similarly quiet tactility, sharing some of its material while locating more devil in the details of its electro-acoustic dub fissures. By this point, Vladislav Delay already stood out from the crowd for his ‘Multila’ comp of works for Chain Reaction, and his bifurcation into the full bodied deep house of ‘Vocalcity’ as Luomo, but his restless creativity would move deeper into his abstract dub thing with ‘Entain’.
Now spread over three slabs and including all tracks in their immersive breadth, it remains a remarkable example of the era’s analog-to-digital flux and need for music that represented the newness of life increasingly immured in the internet and virtuality.