andrea belfi

It’s no coincidence that we previewed this particular release with John Carpenter’s ‘Halloween’, both emerge from a similar sparse space with each casting an eerie edginess to the listening space. This is a new 12 inch forthcoming / perhaps it’s out already, via latency recordings by Andrea Belfi. Entitled ‘cera persa’ – the track comes divided into two distinct parts, ‘part 1’ with its subtle Carpenter nuances albeit as rephrased through a Pimmon viewfinder, is oozed in the kind of detached trance-y subtronic busyness that once upon a time graced those essential ear gear happenings that occasioned the early back catalogue of Fat Cat’s forward thinking Split series. However, for us it’s ‘part 2’ that hugged our earlobes, readily more textured and, it should be said, a little more playful to the listening, this primitive echo is graced by a minimalist night light framing of demurring frost tipped glitch grooves that had us here imagining a particularly chilled minotaur shock crafting and carving ice sculptured mosaics from abandoned Mount Vernon Arts Lab works in forgotten progress.

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