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Boomkat Product Review:
Spacious, Pan Sonic-adjacent minimalism on NOTON from Italian producer Saele Valese. Like Sleeparchive or Alva Noto trapped in an abandoned underground factory - a vibe, basically.
If you've ever fancied icy minimal techno at half speed with a bit of gothic horror thrown in, "IVIC" is the album for you. It basically sound slike like a 45RPM Container 12" banged down to 33, with Deathprod slung in and out periodically.
The tracks were written over a five-year period and recorded live to DAT in attempt to sidestep the possibility of revising the final recordings, so everything feels quite tactile, despite it being sparse. The beats are fairly static for the most part, but echo with menace - it almost sounds as if everything was recorded in the hull of a shipping container. Cinematic would be a good descriptor, sure, but really this is a power electronics record with a different soundset...