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Boomkat Product Review:
Ancient roots branch into future techno with a cyb-organic process in Lucy’s 3rd album for Stroboscopic Artefacts - the label he’s nurtured since 2009.
In Self-Mythology, the Berlin-based Italian producer, Lucy is your psychopomp for a flowing trip channelling Jon Jacobs’ drone flute, guitar and vocal improvisations into his own, lysergically unfolding dimensions of electronic drums, synths and computer production; coalescing in nine pieces of crystalline construction, like the pearl in a shell on the front cover.
In that sense, he’s combining the experimental traditions of ‘70s Italian and Berlin skools - themselves based on far flung ideas of pastoralism, the cosmos, spirituality, cybernetics - with the updated articulation of contemporary computer language; framing a hyper lucid yet somehow elusive interplay of elements, from the mineralised textures to the widescreen arrangements, perfect for curling up into the foetal position post-club, or equally for lucidly dissolving and exploring the senses.