This recording finds its way into the speakers of my home quite often. Between moments of more demanding listening, as a beginning breath to start the day, as a meditation to spare me from the noonday hustle. The list goes on... basically has become a staple in the archive within the short time of its residency there.
Top notch drift for fans of west mineral, motion ward, exael, etcetera. undulating pads, sparse dubby percussion, soft crackling beds of gentle noise..... tune in turn on drift of.
I already love Mostafa Onsy and Rami Abadir. Together, they create some of my favorite atmospheric ambient/glitch music. Owning this album is a must.
There’s a particular subtlety to each track on Supra/Infra/Intra—one that gravitates towards atmospheric glitch veils drifting with light melodies and low rumbling bass. 0n4b is new to these ears, and a very consistent effort to boot. Delicate pitter-patter beats are cast ever so gently over microscopic rhythms as a clicks’n cuts sheen fades away. A textured electrical field is slowed down, each piece given just enough room to expand and contract as an amorphous mood is delivered start to end. “S1” through “S7” gradually builds up and eventually tapers down as a wilting gerbera daisy reveals its broken petals on a slab of concrete, obviously removed from its original environment. A blissful foray of minimal abstract electronics.
01 - S2
02 - S3
03 - S4
04 - S5
05 - S6
06 - S7
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