Boomkat Product Review:
Antinote’s electro specialist swerves back with a follow-up to Menti Singole, which totally captured the dancefloor’s heart back in 2015.
Three years, an album and 2 EPs later, he’s back on that grittily raw but fluid style of electro pressure in Vol.2.
Kicking off with the sweet ’n sticky blend of Rephlexian acid and Detroit pads in Micaela, he cuts layers deeper with the hypnotic swang and harmonic keys of Alice, neatly packed with his signature turns of phrase and infectious drum programming.
On the other hand, Laura cuts a fine figure of late night electro-soul with charming chord progression and adroit 808 patter recalling The Connection Machine, before heading perpendicular with a lo-fi, clipped flip of Biggie Smalls in the wayward Sofia.