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Boomkat Product Review:
Marvellous suite of pseudo-ethnographic sounds and unreal field recordings from Andrew Pekler, tallying an engrossing debut for his Groupshow band-mate Jan Jelinek’s Faitiche (trans: a combination of facts and fetish).
Taking its cues from Claude Lévi-Strauss’ Brazilian travelogue, Tristes Tropiques and sounding not dissimilar to the washed-out new age meditation tones of early James Ferraro or Dolphins Into The Future, Pekler’s dreamy suite yields eight discrete scenes that feel like aural snapshots of planets discovered in no man’s sky; fanning out from burbling tribal rhythms in Feedback TT to the immersive 10 minutes of 4th world pygmy voices and light headed, hi-register thizz in Theme From Tristes Tropiques / Avian Modulations / Life In The Canopy via the melted Hassell-isms of Humidity Index / Khao Sok (Chopped and Screwed) and the tangled pulses of A Savage Topography, always with a playfully involving, enchanted sensibility.