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Boomkat Product Review:
Serenely arriving in SFV acid’s slipstream for Ekster, ‘Immute’ sees Chinatown, NYC’s Georgia at their most spacious, calming and meditative following their recent, mind-bending ‘Time’ LP It's among the subtlest examples of the duo’s fusion of tech and tradition, stripping right back to precisely melodic percussion, woodwind, vocals and electronics in six sparingly minimal and spacious arrangements.
The first half is concerned with exquisitely tender and melodic motifs in a 4th World Japanese style, pull of gently pitch bent tones, rippling flute and glowing percussive harmonies that arrive at lovely junctures of jazz-fusion and Japanese minimalism in ‘Teccmonc’ and endlessly reverberant choral composition in ‘Bendires Trasher’. However, the 2nd half gradually grows denser with the transition from spiritual jazz gestures to rushing tribal tresillo rhythms n ‘Endocrync (Museo De La Revolution)’, and that percussive itch spills out in more unpredictable, almost theatrical/operatic ways in ‘High Light’, to resolve in the refined ambient inceptions of ‘Aoesdawas’.