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Boomkat Product Review:
Seefeel’s Mark Clifford and Scott ‘Loops Haunt’ Gordon bring their Oto Hiax project to camp Mego on this self-titled album.
A project that's been in sonic gestation for six years, we just knew Mark Clifford and Scott Gordon’s Oto Hiax collaboration would deliver on something more substantial than the sole EP they self-released in late 2015. The promise shown on that four-track release, One, the deft balance between the two practitioners respective artistic approaches, is blown open wide on this debut album for Editions Mego.
Clifford and Gordon never rest on one stylistic facet here, coaxing you in with the angelic feedback of opener Insh before deploying chewed up left turn after mangled left turn to leave the listener dizzy yet eager for more. Their crunched up glass approach to free jazz on Eses Mitre recalls Up In Flames-era Manitoba, opening up to a real delight of a midpoint section of the album that draws for blissful waves of feedback on Creeks and the downbeat Autechre-does-electro-acoustic abstractions of Thruft via the Villalobos-meets-Rashad Becker-isms of Bearing and Writhe.
More of this please.