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Boomkat Product Review:
Brooklyn filmmaker and sound artist Rose Kallal delivers her crushingly dark Perseus album, making one of her rare outings on Paul Purgas’ We Can Elude Control label following previous collaborative projects with Karl O’Connor & Mick Harris, Mark O Pilkington, and Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe.
She steers hard to the darkside here, conjuring six immersive tracts of chronic drones and and concrète ephemera that suck us into a formidable inky blacknuss of viscous low end roil and polluted atmospheres.
Judging by the the swathes of dark ambient gear in circulation, it’s fairly easy enough to generate this stuff, but the the difference with Rose lies in her patient, glacial control, which means that Perseus hovers at the brink of the abyss, but avoids falling into stock cliche or academic torpor.