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Boomkat Product Review:
Ash Koosha follows his marvelous debut Guud with an equally dazzling array of marbled electronic geometries in I AKA I for Ninja Tune, placing his fractal, uniquely emotive sound in a wider public perspective.
Originally hailing from Iran, where he was jailed for making music (not ‘cos it’s bad, rather ‘cos the powers that be are a bit fussy like that) and subsequently settling in the UK, Koosha draws on that experience, and his years of classical training at the Tehran Conservatory of Music, to project idiosyncratic sonic worlds approaching some hypothetical synthesis of Sote’s arrhythmic convolutions and the curdled melodies of Arca.
As with much new electronic music seeping thru right now from the Janus lot to the Italian weirdos and many disparate, cloud-based entities, Koosh’s music is in the fascinating process of forming a new vocabulary, accent and syntax of electronic music which will escape concrète classification until someone invents a whole new method of description. No Matter though, just simply allow yourself to revel in the alien wonder of it all and let him shape new worlds before your lug ‘oles.