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Boomkat Product Review:
Rabih Beaini’s Morphine label rouses from a long hiatus with a killer blast of Sun Ra-skooled cosmic techno jazz.
Last spotted in 2017 introducing solo projects by Senyawa, who have gone on to worldwide acclaim, Morphine Doser doesn’t miss a beat with this immersive session of live instrumental and electronic jams recorded by Rabih Beaini and his pals, Piero Bittolo Bon, Tommaso Cappellato, and Alvise Seggi, in Italy during June of 2016.
Patently indebted to Sun Ra, the results gush in five parts ranging form the roiling, turbulent cosmic polyrhythms and haywire synths of ‘Kaigo’, to channel a sort of dark Middle Eastern jazz vibe in ‘Barene’, with the effervescent palate cleanser ‘Sinopia’ leading into more pastoral, spiritual styles spiced with funk drums in ‘Ghebi’, and a head-spinning whorl of splayed breaks and modular scree in ‘Hephaistos.’