|2.||"Ghosn Run" (4:23)|
|3.||"Gilga 400" (3:10)|
|1.||"Hi, Waves" (3:51)|
|2.||"Oude Ou" (2:53)|
|3.||"CE 96/PPE Wolve" (4:22)|
|4.||"Naima Jam" (4:30)|
Hidden Hawaii's Gilga offshoot is gaining more traction with each new week and, most importantly, the label is bringing new talent to the scene on a constant basis. This time, newcomer - and mysterious beatsmith - Myself 69 lands on our Experimental pages with a magnificent, seven-part myriad of electronic compositions. "Premillenialism", for instance, is an indescribable labyrinth if sounds that verges onto hip-hop while still keeping one foot firmly in the electronica game; similarly, "Ghosn Run" and "Gilga 400" mash up lo-fi riffs, distorted beats and fuzzy bass frequencies to form a truly spectacular array of meditation material. The flipside pushes the boundaries further still, with "Hi, Waves" sounding like some neo-krautrock, "Oude Ou" bringing in some mad strings to an off-kilter rhythm, the daring "CE 96/PPE Wolve" goes on a mad bender of sparse jazz samples and eerie FM synthesis, leaving "Naima Jam" to provide the cool, bluesy tones for the free jazz lovers. What an EP. Warmly recommended!
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