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Boomkat Product Review:
On a slow-motion, hypnagogic trip from the Bay Area to your bed, Sela.’s Homemade Jams from Jules and Jessica’s Kitchen maintains his low-key, worn-down but still glowing soul aesthetic from a string of self-released aces, last heard on Error Broadcast’s necessary vinyl issue of First (2015) and a more recent ambient footwork showcase with DJ Aflow and Japan’s Foodman.
Prefaced by the label’s insistence that you “don’t focus too hard on these tracks”, the best way to receive this EP is reclined, red-eyed and maybe even distracted. Fortunately we don’t do any of that in work mode - we’d never got anything done! - but projecting ourselves into late evening, this is exactly the sort of gear that ensures a smooth landing after a long day.
In a canny conflation of fidelities, and thanks to the faithful mastering of Giuseppe Ielasi, all the limpid, watery 128kbps compression of Sela.’s YouTube-ransacked and p2p-sourced composites are left to float in mid-air, framing his gauzy bass blurs and plasmic resonance with a wonderfully elusive tangibility, as though you’re a voyeur looking and listening thru Hype Williams’ laptop or an avatar inserted in some surreal Walacam simulacra.