After last year’s release Sandkorn, also on Canadian netlabel One, Emil Klotzsch delivers another great example of his experimental, yet humerous approach on electronic music.
This time he offers five tracks which alternate between electro influenced sounds, unusual vocal snippets, breakcore elements and much more. Emil Klotzsch keeps his music interesting and playful. Just when you think you know the track’s direction, he twists the sounds, changes rhythm or adds a synth line which is reminiscent of old children’s Casio keyboards. In parts the music appears to be rather simple in structure, sometimes even accidental. Though after playing the tracks repeatedly you realise that Klotzsch actually put much thought into his tracks and everything makes sense in some way or another.
I always had a smile on my face while listening to this release. There are too many producers who take themselves too seriously. Emil Klotzsch is the complete opposite. Download this release (free download, 192 kbps, Creative Commons license) and enjoy.
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