Boomkat Product Review:
Faded, surreal and fizzy dream-house snacks from Kai Hugo’s Palmbomen II, blessing NYC’s BIS (Beats In Space) with a heavy-lidded follow-up to his well-received, eponymous 2015 outing and a pair of interim team-ups with Betonkust.
Operating inside a now-crowded prism, Palmbomen II’s sound still sticks out from the milieu by dint of his sensitivity to textured grooves and a hazy lense of mixing trickery which frames a deeply nostalgic and melodic new age soul at its core.
“Kai Hugo eulogizes our dear Cindy through new Palmbomen II music and a surreal, neo-noir lens, chronicled over a series of four 12” EPs and public access television transmissions. Crack open a refreshing Apple Shorle™ and direct your remotes to channel BIS to experience an initial offering and explanation.”
File beside 1991, BoC, Iueke, Leonardo Martelli