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Boomkat Product Review:
Solid debut LP of cranky IDM, mutant techno and immersive, layered ambience from Amsh
Toiling an industrial space somewhere between Jasss, Scorn and Heith, the introductory LP by Seville, Spain’s Amsh renders a full formed sound subtly defined by its palette of layered, textured field recordings. Inspired by grief and coming to terms with the loss of a loved one, it’s a suitably moody record given to a dark flux of feelings spelt out in a narrative style animated by Amsh’s meticulous, haunted sound design.
A passage of dread voices from beyond opens the LP, giving way to the lurching swagger of ‘Negación’ and the pendulous roil of ‘Ira’. His dark ambient virtues really come into play on the impending gloom of ‘Transición’, and the ruffshod techno of ‘Depression’ recalls Mick Harris’ Fret gear, and the final couplet of oozing subs and sluggish drum slugs into distressed electronics of ‘Emoción Predominante Part1, La Verdad (Rebelión)’ and ‘Emoción Predominante Part2, La Vida’ give a sorely raw sense of closure.