Boomkat Product Review:
Following on from the exceptional electronic excursions of Ultre's The Nest And The Skull, the Audiobulb label returns with another remarkable album. Although instrumental electronica has suffered as a genre of late, outings like this show glimmers of all-important vital signs. Craque monsieur Matt Davis weaves together threads of acoustic and improvised sounds into a heavily processed nebula of beautiful noise, micro-beats and general digital abstraction. At its best the album offers a babbling brook of amplified textures and digitised loops, sounding subtle and nuanced throughout 'Supple Network' and the delciately processed 'Navfrakure', while 'Diaphanous Oblic' is suggestive of Vladislav Delay making a mobile phone ringtone. Ace.