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Boomkat Product Review:
Rabih Beaini, Yves De May, Rennick Bell, Ena, YPY and many more lend to this bristling bouquet of atmospheric techno, experimental computer composition, and droning minimalism previewing Japan’s ENSō 2020 festival programme
Intended to give some atmosphere or flavour of the festival without actually being there, the mix of European and Japanese artists spell out a variegated field of electronic sounds that you may find between their two tents - one for live acts and another for DJs.
On a rhythm driven tip YPY serves a highlight with the lolling syncopation of ‘Circulation’, and Tobias. curiously threads reticulated pulses and cinematic dialogue thru cavernous bass in ‘He Turned To Him’, Ena grapples with dark grey area matter in the tempestuous knot ’42.1’ and Yves De Mey spanks out the Confield-alike ructions of ‘The Chosen Home’, sharing a mad complexity with Rennick Bell’s bit. Alongside points of interest in Rabih Beaini’s mind-bending recursive jazz swell ‘Circle’ and Lemna’s ‘Moments in Eternal Recurrence’ its arguably as close as any of are getting to a festival this year, and no need to endure annoying twunts hunting for ket.