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Boomkat Product Review:
Georgia’s unquantifiable, collaged style of polymetric heck achieves ‘State Effect (Accel)’ in their return helping for Italy’s OOH-Sounds
After touring some of the best underground houses over the past decade, the duo arrive in 2021 with a sound symptomatic of the times, plumbing vertiginous routes thru twisted timelines of jazz, sampledelia, new age and downtown avant garde that ultimately ends up in a fantasy dancefloor hyperspace.
In line with the disruptive tekkers of Rian Treanor, a more frenetic parallel to Beatrice Dillon, or jazzier cousin to Second Woman, Georgia demonstrate a keen grasp of rhythmelodic cadence and spatial dynamic in each track’s pool of ideas. Splashing in with the free-handed footwork and Felicia Atkinson-like vox of ‘Perch View’, they commit a delirious stream of consciousness between the pirouetting theatrics of ‘Story Scene’, and Indonesian sounding strings and patterning recalling Gabber Modus Operandi sans blast beats in ‘Mere Exposure Effect (Custom Aligned)’, allowing for a modal jazz downstroke in ‘Method of Loci’, while occupying weightless Hosono-esque 3D dimensions on ‘Mental Arena Mode’, with omnidirectional drums imagining a sort of splayed singeli in ‘Deployable Mental (Clitic Version)’ and ‘Zipf’s Effect.’