Thursday, 17 January 2013

Review: Gantz - Enso / Siyam [IMRV003]

Longtime, or even more recent, Hedmuk followers will no doubt be aware of our support for one of the continent's finest musical exports, Gantz. Those same followers will also be aware of our long-running support of Kiwi-born label Innamind Recordings, and so to see Gantz taking the reins for the imprint's third vinyl release serves as something of an ideal marriage of the two forces.

Following heavyweight efforts from Perverse and Catacombs, IMRV003 sees Gantz' characteristic experimental streak being drawn through the series' 140 template. 'Enso' is hypnotic, with a pulsing low-end and bongos rolling intermittently between cut up, decaying vocals. On the flipside 'Siyam' nods, with its intro's nostalgic synths and Bez-like shakers, to a bygone rave aesthetic before dropping into a sub workout and dragging the track straight into 21st century uncertainty with complex percs and eery atmospherics. This release undoubtedly marks a newfound confidence to Gantz' sound, and can only indicate more exciting things for the coming year.

Gantz - Enso / Siyam [IMRV003] is set for release on the 4th of February.


1 comment:

  1. Music is one of the ways people to express their feelings and thoughts. And their are lots of music bands coming out from nowhere nowadays. But this band is different from the rest, they have great music, and their videos buy music downloads. They just inspire young people. Great job!


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