Boomkat Product Review:
Killer, smudged & lofi wavey synth & boogie joints from Sao Paulo, Brasil's Fernando, best known for his more floor-oriented releases as Innsyter and Seixlack for L.A. Club Resource and 777. Fans of PPU take note; this one's a peach.
"For this release, his first LP under his given name, we get a vast array of mutant electronics with surprisingly insane, almost pop, songwriting structure over 15 tracks. These songs conjure up a weird netherworld where all things bizarre and wrong come to head and spiral out of control.
Think the drum machine driven punk funk dub outs of 80s New York City meets the catchy low fi charm of Ariel Pink combined with the element of chewed up vhs cassettes getting spit out of the machine and your on the right track.
Fernando manages to create a truly unique sound that's equal parts catchy yet has sinister, underlying back alley undertones.
Check "Actual Job" for immediate Arthur Russell vibes or the VHS boogie of "Erotic Moments" for starters."