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Albino Sound – Metallurgy [Turnend Tapes 001]

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Label: Turnend Tapes
Format: Vinyl, 12″, EP, Stereo
Country: UK
Catalogue: TET001
Released: Dec, 2022
Style: Techno, Breakbeat, Leftfield

Albino Sound – Metallurgy [Turnend Tapes 001]

TRACKLIST
A1. Squirt
A2. Abomination Feat. Sayaka Botanic
B1. Clay Figures
B2. Jarring

RELEASE INFO:

‘Albino Sound concocts textual delights in shades of metal on his forthcoming EP for Turnend Tapes.
The ‘Metallurgy’ EP forthcoming on Turnend Tapes sees Japanese artist Hirotaka Umetani transmit four club orientated tracks through a UK bass lens, delineating from past musical excursions and so marking a turning point of his works.
Indicative of this shift is the vast and varied sources of inspiration Hirotaka has tapped into in creating ‘Metallurgy’. Translating visual into sound through Hirotaka’s own experience, bare witness to granular detail made macro through swathes of sound design kinetically akin to the flurry of mineral-rich hot water springs, seething in chemical harmony.
Entwining impressions of the past with forecasts of the future Hirotaka deftly connects the dots between the sounds stemming from the alchemy of metal and it’s interplay with the natural environment as we proceed ever closer to organic-synthetic assimilation.’

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Albino Sound – Metallurgy [Turnend Tapes 001]

11,99  excl. tax

Out of stock

TRACKLIST
A1. Squirt
A2. Abomination Feat. Sayaka Botanic
B1. Clay Figures
B2. Jarring

RELEASE INFO:

‘Albino Sound concocts textual delights in shades of metal on his forthcoming EP for Turnend Tapes.
The ‘Metallurgy’ EP forthcoming on Turnend Tapes sees Japanese artist Hirotaka Umetani transmit four club orientated tracks through a UK bass lens, delineating from past musical excursions and so marking a turning point of his works.
Indicative of this shift is the vast and varied sources of inspiration Hirotaka has tapped into in creating ‘Metallurgy’. Translating visual into sound through Hirotaka’s own experience, bare witness to granular detail made macro through swathes of sound design kinetically akin to the flurry of mineral-rich hot water springs, seething in chemical harmony.
Entwining impressions of the past with forecasts of the future Hirotaka deftly connects the dots between the sounds stemming from the alchemy of metal and it’s interplay with the natural environment as we proceed ever closer to organic-synthetic assimilation.’

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