Boomkat Product Review:
Minit first surfaced into our orbit four or five years back, with a neat and really rather fine seven inch for occasional label Tonshacht, and on cd for Rosy Parlane's even more occasional Sigma label out of south east australia. Jasmine Guffond and Torben Tilly create hypnotic sonic habitats, characterised by a sense of endless transformation, shifting incrementally over time in subtle and hallucinatory ways. Through sampling, digital processing and electro-acoustic techniques they fashion a surprising sound of resonance and emotive power. Sit it next to your best albums on Kranky, your Keith Whitman and Greg Davis records will feel right at home next to this - whats so impressive here is the sense of a genuine structure and a real progression and development of musical themes. The title tune comes across like a digitised take on the works of Charlemagne palestine, building imperceptibly to a cataclysmic moment when the bass drops, amazing stuff - more please.