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Boomkat Product Review:
The Trilogy Tapes dose up and head west into humid rainforest terrain with Tropca Macaca’s enveloping LP, Vida, proceeding their turns for Siltbreeze and Software, among others, over the last decade.
Vida takes the form of four rites defined by slow, swaying rhythms smudged with bittersweet, discordant synths and lissom guitar strokes, working shades away from the kind of ersatz exotica demonstrated by the Diskant tribe.
From purposefully downtempo, wooden drums and keening harmonic textures in Igual a Si to more tangled, dubbed-up and viscous psychedelia in Pelos Olhos de Osíris, thru to more industrially toned menace in Arestas do Tempo and a stuttering, whistling, freakish jam that sounds like Ninos Du Brasil during an ayahuasca ceremony in the Sol a Nascer gem.