|1.||"Parallel Displacement" (9:22)|
|2.||"Blue & Purple" (4:21)|
|2.||"Strange Gesture" (6:59)|
|3.||"Universal Gesture" (3:46)|
Osaka experimentalist Kohei Matsunaga aka NHK yx Koyxen has been subverting electronic music's timeless DNA for two decades, creating a unique space in which unusual and freeform ideas meld both seamlessly and timelessly. He dons his signature 3D glasses again for Zurich's -ous- imprint, following up some impressive outings for the likes of Diagonal, L.I.E.S. and the legendary DFA - who presented his second full length album last year. From the the tough mentalist techno groove of "Parallel Displacement" and "M", to the scattered polyrhythmic experiment of "Blue and Purple Horses" or the jagged and angular acid express of "Strange Gesture". Parallel Tempo is yet another example of this unique producer's singular sound.
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