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Boomkat Product Review:
L.A.’s Bana Haffar joins Surachai’s modular synth label Make Noise Records - home to slabs by Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, Keith Fullerton Whitman, Alessandro Cortini - with her two sides of complex, blossoming hyaline structures.
Clearly holding her own among the heavyweights who’ve already released on the series, especially when considering this is only her 2nd release, Bana yields an impressively controlled display of control on Endo, roiling from dense waves of viscous, guitar-like inharmonic distortion giving way to brighter, increasingly rapid and expanding frequencies with breathtaking impact and celestial scope.
On the other hand, Exo is literally and metaphorically the A-side’s inverse, as she uses the Make Noise Modular Synth to render cavernous spatial parameters embedded with precise, pointillist bleep flux and alien vocal processing at its core, precipitating a vividly colourful flush of harmonic chaos.