Boomkat Product Review:
This five-track EP commences with a terrific piece of Frank Bretschneider (here under his Komet guise) electronics in the shape of 'Elektrik'. It's coddled in static and interference sounds but still manages to forge ahead with a tactful, bloopily melodic presence. More loop-based dalliances abound with Kyoka's contribution to the set, blending ruffled old recordings with electronic hiccups for a bizarre piece of electroacoustics that sounds like a vintage tape work that might have been made in the back-rooms of some university during the sixties. Danieto is up next with a slightly more conventional piece, venturing only as far as IDM for its brittle digitised idiom. It's an accomplished enough piece but the ensuing Alisu cut 'Mergulhar' proves a more interesting take on contemporary electronica, thanks to its economical beat designs and spacious, very modern arrangement. Finally, along comes Aideem's 'Paatn', charged up with the kind of tuneful sonic bric-a-brac you might have found on a label like Karaoke Kalk in its heyday.