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Boomkat Product Review:
Pivotal Japanese avant-garde artist Phew expands upon her 2016 album for Disciples, adding 11 mins of curdled Drone to the 56 min original release.
Unpredictable as ever, Hiromi Moritani aka Phew follows recent collaborations with Raincoats’ Ana Da Silva, and with Oren Ambarchi & Jim O’Rourke for Black Truffle (and members of DAF and Einstürzende Neubauten back in the ‘80s) with two durational showcases of the strange electronic impetus that makes her music tick.
The two long cuts from her original CD unfold vast but subtly detailed vistas recalling Jim O’Rourke’s amazing 4CD of 2019, but spliced with a Schnitzler-esque kind of kosmiche magick that pulses into dead trippy space on ‘Encore’, while the final new section sees her summon a similar sort of strange electro-acoustic organisms to those dreamt by Rashad Becker.