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Boomkat Product Review:
Lushest electronic modernism from one-to-watch Jack Colleran, giving his Oyae label a prime head start with his follow-up to 2018’s ‘Gardenia’ album. A big tip to fans of Nozomu Matsumoto, TCF, Arca, Ssaliva, Lee Gamble
Shaping up as his 2nd release after last year’s LP and a spot on Mumdance’s ‘Shared Meanings’ mix, ‘EP01’ yields Colleran’s lucidly immaculate style of composition in five hyperprismic arrangements of soaring choral pads and filigree electronics blessed with a cinematic scope and a fine grasp of the way post-club dynamics have metastasised away from the dance within certain, vital areas of contemporary composition. In other words: ‘EP01’ an utterly captivating example of new electronic music at its best.
Recorded in his native Ireland, an operating at meticulously sharp levels of sound design, Colleran’s music effortlessly sweeps with a natural motion and fluid narrative coherence that’s simply a joy to follow. Blossoming with the heart-in-mouth hyaline harmonic structures and air-carving calligraphy of ‘Arena (crush44 edit)’ he establishes a zero-G physics for the rest of the EP. ‘Bene’ coems in pursuit with the sound of a synthetic Kawasaki zipping across a glorious soundfield of trance pads pirouetting choral voices, while ‘Interframe’ follows like a Lee Gamble vignette, and ‘Interframe’ recalls James Ferraro or Maxwell Sterling’s melodramas, and he leaves us on the tip of the tongue with the raptures of ’S-Flood’.