An interesting and slightly different release this time from guest artist Kinza.
Some elements of oldskool 90s techno appear in this quirky but refreshingly interesting 6 track EP, even some kind of avante garde (reminiscent of some John Cage-type) nuances, but they all 'add up' into a nice, cohesive track... challenging to begin with, yet drawing you in as they progress.
Track of choice is Here we go again, which starts off in a very oldskool melody kind of way, then moves into small breaks and then ends with a mix of c64 sounding arpeggios and a 4/4. Great stuff!
The Infinite Loops series continues with "A Song for Quiet Wednesday Nights", a languid and drifting long-form ambient track that rises and swells like the tides.
Beautiful music for drifting and dreaming... rikm
"Notturna" inspires images of night time drives and lonely highways, a trip through a deep darkness lit only by headlights, a thousand miles from anywhere else. It's an evocative track, a piece that's rich in imagery and ideas. Highly recommended... rikm