Boomkat Product Review:
Mallorca’s Victor Morgues deals in heavyweight drone, scrambled subaquatic sensations, and the kind of resonant tones that dislodge yer filings, on his second helping with Superpang
A real one for more insatiable listeners and discplies of contemporary computer music, ‘Interval’ follows the head-floss of ‘Through Antiforms’ with an equally uncompromising approach to sound arrangement that relishes surprise and mouth/ear-watering tones.
The huge-sounding slab of subharmonic drones and electrical disturbance in ‘let it happen to you’ is a must check for Kevin Drumm’s more aggressive turns or KTL, and contrasts obliquely with his plunge into visceral, shearing dynamics on the persistent amorphous ‘scuba’, where his capacity for disorienting, sensory shred comes firmly into play somewhere in proximity of Hecker & Haswell. ‘electromagnetic parasite’ appears to deal with otoacoustic emissions, or at least makes our ears feel fucking weird with its invasively piquant prangs, and that same acute attention to a sort of sensuality is explored to the nth in ‘sparagmos’, colouring a 10 minute canvas with remarkable disarray of clinically sharp tones dematerialising into resonant minimalism and even raga-like drones with a bewildering logic.