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Boomkat Product Review:
Jazz and club music aren't always the best bedfellows, but Lithuanian duo Santaka somehow manage to blend Laswell/Hassell fourth world dub with effervescent machine tech - and it sounds prophetic. Trust Sähkö.
Jazz drummer and producer Marijus Aleksa started jamming with DJ and producer Manfredas Bajelis in Vilnius during lockdown in an attempt to capture the magic of Herbie Hancock and Don Cherry's fusion of electronic, jazz, experimental and world music sounds, using similar processes to Bitches Brew era Miles. 'Burning Head' features Aleksa on drums and both artists using an arsenal of synths and drum machines, they rub the old and the new, hinting at fusion and fourth world innovation with a modernist twist..
'Love Kilimanjaro' is weirder, pushed forward by sparse drumming and Bajelis' fluttering drones. They save the best for last though: 'Reciever' flickers thru spy movie/library music funque into haunted folk horror ambience (with "Suspiria" style screaming, natch) climaxing on tweaky rhythmic stutters and subs.