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Boomkat Product Review:
**Includes download code** London's Kowloon Records debut with Florestano's skewed electronica in 'Noh'. His is a strangely coloured, off-kilter soundworld, aesthetically comparable with late '90s IDM, crisp '00s micro-house, but filtered thru an up-to-date palette of curdled, keening electronic timbres. His production style is sleekly efficient, favouring clarity over distortion, yet he tends towards ruptured, disorienting rhythm patterns rather than rolling resolution. With the exception of heavily processed vox in 'Grizzled'. it's all instrumental, starting like some LP-5-era Autechre piece in 'Broken mp3' to follow progressively tangled lines across the Patten-like scramble of 'Diamonds (Parts 1 & 2)', to the minimal techno-meets-Coil vibes of 'Diletantes' and the slyding dissonance applied to its relatively straight jacker, 'Red Stool'.