Boomkat Product Review:
A slippery one from KeitaroTamura on the low-key Lynn imprint outta Chicago, joining releases by D!ANA, Yma and Polido to keep the label’s aesthetic remit properly wide and elusive.
suuhaaa+chorororo, is, as far as we can tell, KeitaroTamura’s 2nd release after the Wind and Baby EP for California’s Memory No.36 Recordings. Unfolding in two longer form parts, the first reels off a hypnagogic smudge of glass rubbed harmonics and sloshing industrial swill with a deeply seductive appeal.
After 10 seconds or so you’ll be sucked into a sticky wormhole for the duration, with only minor variations in the loops to keep us interested. On the other hand, the 2nd part is initially far more scrambled, brownian, inducing an unstable yet meditative effect that reminds us of records by Wanda Group and uon, before almost resolving around a persistent bass pattern, but not quite.
This is kinda what we imagine doing K on a merry-go-round to feel like.