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Boomkat Product Review:
Described by synth virtuoso Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith as a puzzle, her latest full-length is a vivid projection of fractal electronics and bow-legged vocals.
In only a decade, Los Angeles-based composer Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith has ascended through the ranks to become one of the most recognizable figures in modern synthesizer music. Using the Buchla modular system she found thanks to an interest in Terry Riley's music, she made a wild left turn from her work in indie folk duo Ever Isles, eventually snagging a deal with Ghostly International and releasing a bunch of albums. This latest is her most assured yet, she fully leans into tweaky IDM-adjacent beats and lavishing them with crashing waves of modular froth and twisted electronically-assisted vocals.
The ghosts of Animal Collective still haunt her work, but Smith's indie leanings are stabilized by an appreciation of classic electronic music - from Suzanne Ciani (whom she collaborated with on 2016's "Sunergy") to Hiroshi Yoshimura. "Let's Turn it into Sound" is her weirdest set yet, and at its best even begins to nudge into similar sonic territory as Portland duo Visible Cloaks.