Boomkat Product Review:
**Now available in Flac format** Another corker from the Japanese Spekk label, 'Enzo/Further' comes from Dutch sound artist Martijn Tellinga and is possibly one of the label's most experimental releases. Taking grounding in classic musique concrete (Luc Ferarri, Bernard Parmigianni etc) Tellinga is a student of sonology at The Hague Royal Conservatory, which explains his penchant for sound exploration. Throughout the album he blends field recordings taken on his travels in Morocco with synthesized elements, sometimes allowing us to be hit with a barrage of noise and sometimes letting the sounds present themselves in tiny measures and shifts. There are no 'songs' on here, and very little traditional structure save for the final track, a sixteen minute piece entitled 'Further'. This complements the more experimental tracks perfectly and is a very high quality example of digital drone, with filtered layers of harmonic sound rising and falling, making way for occasional concrete elements before the piece erupts with a rumbling street recording. This is challenging and impeccably produced modern experimental music, and should be snapped up by any self-respecting fans of the genre. Recommended.