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Boomkat Product Review:
Slow-burn, noirish jazz psychedelia from William Yates’ on a deliciously groggy Sähkö debut full of Laswellian wonder.
A respected producer of electronic/ambient experiments since start of the 2010s, Bristol’s Memotone has really come into his own in recent years with a string of albums on his Memorecs, plus Accidental Meeting and Industrial Coast, that nestle his most discreet and personalised work. The quietly seductive jazz/ambient stirrings of the ‘Memotone’ EP is an exemplar of a recent golden patch with six tracks that feel out space between Pekka Airaksinen and Jimi Tenor, or even Portishead and the Treader label, with a carefully plotted course between the lysergic electro-jazz of ‘Measure for Measure’, the drizzly hush of ‘Niigghht’, and melting walloper scenes of ‘DroneX-7 (extended Mix)’ or the spangled machine jazz of ‘Blackcap Crossing’ sure to lend an unpredictable spice to late night listening sessions.