The Yoyaku crew deliver another tripped-out minimal techno weapon on their mysterious Japanese sublabel Uchitoshi, which follows up two previous editions that demonstrated the skillful execution of futurist groove by anonymous artists. A side cut "Shizen" powers away with its skeletal rhythm arrangements plus restrained use of textures and glitch based sounds. This one will appeal to fans of labels like Pressure Traxx or Eastenderz. On the flip, "Furora" is much gentler, subtle and hypnotic and will no doubt bring up comparisons to Romanian power duo SIT or Meander's Dewalta, with its sublime bell melodies, delayed claps and boompty bass pulsations. Terrific stuff here!
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