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Artist: Shantifax

Title: Delete Automation

Label: SarnarSchourt Records

Date: December, 2011


01 - Formatio Reticularis (122 BPM)
02 - Hushushush (85 BPM)
03 - One Thing (95 BPM)
04 - Ancient Fields (feat. Irrsinn) (118 BPM)
05 - Desert Trip (feat. Tommy Mirror) (120 BPM)
06 - Aquarius (138 BPM)
07 - Grau N (137 BPM)
08 - Out Is In (90 BPM)
Although I wasn't personally a fan of his second album, his debut speaks to me. It's very creative, floating amongst genres like a butterfly. So much so that it is difficult to properly pin down just where it belongs in the electronic music spectrum. Which I'm sure is just the way he wants it. Tracks may begin as a downtempo excursion, but then promptly jump into a more uptempo jaunt, only to return to a slower feel. The percussion really grabs with tablas and changing rhythms. Very imaginative where no track sounds the same as they evolve. There are a lot of twists and turns yet it doesn't sound like disjointed musical phrases thrown together in a patchwork fashion. Just when you think you've wrapped your head around where he's going, BAM...he switches course. He even goes a little dark with Ancient Fields. Lots of didn't see that coming moments. Recommended for those that want something a little different.
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