Boomkat Product Review:
"Get In" dispatched 12 years (!!!) since Get Off for Häpna in 2004.
Sepulchral in tone and celestial in scope, Get In is riven with playfully considered twysts and moments of heart-gripping beauty that recall the ecstasy, darkness and visionary electronic romance of its predecessors - Get Out (1999), Get Down (2002), and Get Off (2004) - but with a more tempered, spacious approach that epitomises the wonder of electronic music at its most elementally affective and also represents a subtly marked difference in his production palette and techniques.
When Pita’s highly original music emerged in the late ‘90s as a powerful force amongst the post-dance music and computer noise milieu, it provided a warped reflection of what came before it, but also suggested new possibilities and horizons. With Get In he presents a deeply personal, romantic view of music still firmly attuned to the world around him, whilst warping its contours and offering new escape routes.
We have to highlight the incredible S200729 as a perfect example, rendering a helical knot of trance arpeggios in vaulted hyperspace - which would be enough to occupy one track in many artist albums - before gleefully ripping the rug with a vicious, blindsiding noise attack that’s possibly the most life-affirming electronic music passage of 2016.
Elsewhere he sucks us into deepest black ambient vortices with Fvo and proper psychoacoustic head floss with 20150609 |, whereas Aahn rumbles like the trapped resonance of a rave recorded from the next warehouse, and the album’s other glistening highlights, Line Angel - rightly hailed in the press release as “a new form of minimalism for the post internet crowd - and the crenellated classical climes spied in Mfbk leave us in a deliquescent, thizzing mess, eager and willing to do it all over again.
This is a incredible piece of work for anyone with a taste for proper electronic music and into Oneohtrix Point Never, Florian Hecker, Leyland Kirby, Xenakis, Dozzy, Lorenzo Senni etc, etc, etc.