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Boomkat Product Review:
Outstandingly creepy collab from industrial mutant Geins’t Naït and ambient pioneer Scanner, pushing each other into darkly surreal crawl spaces for Vladimir Ivkovic’s Offen Music
Bringing respective decades upon decades of experience to their first collaboration, the two operators spell out a brand of sorcery that taps right into shaman Vladimir’s most personal taste for slow, burning psychedelia, although it’s perhaps more inclined to the after-after-party than his heaving peak time sets. Along with Low Jack’s Editions Gravats, Offen Music were responsible for introducing French industrialist Geins’t Naït to many ears - ours included - only a few years ago, opening up a loopy world-unto-itself for any weirdos who were paying attention, and who should also be locked onto this one.
In collaboration with Scanner, aka prolific ambient/electro-acoustic/concrète explorer Robin Rimbaud, Geins’t Naït’s loop-based pressure becomes more spaced out and druggily affective over the EP’s six tracks; helming to a heavily depressed pulse that hovers around the 50bpm mark (at a guess) for a truly stygian trip wrapped in lemniscate ambient envelope folds and strewn with eerie voices from the ether. No doubt, it’s a must check for fans of Coil at their most slithering, or the possessed atmospheres of Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement.