Another startling Blank Slate showcase. Fresh, upcoming perspectives from Mexico, Belgium, Poland and the UK, running gritty techno drivers into textured, experimental abstraction.
Utterly eclipsing recent Acid Arab high jinks, this is real-deal experimental house music, drawing from its Turkish roots a weft of live playing (drums, bazouki and co), sampled 78s and internet videos, electronics…
You remember Miroslav Azis, from Pittsburgh. He smashed it on Blank Slate 001… and his grimly beautiful debut EP runs equally deep and intense.
A four-track EP, bemired and evil-eyed, but with room for Arnaldo to breathe out and flex a little after his spooked, sparked contribution to the Blank Slate 001 showcase.
Original, mystical, minimal house excursions, over fourteen and twelve minutes respectively.