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HYLYT

Tomutonttu

 

Progressive Electronic

3.90 | 2 ratings

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DamoXt7942
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4 stars Dreamy artificial electrocarnival gushing out with plenty of samples. TOMUTONTTU aka Jan ANDERZEN always makes us dream a fantastic electronic dream.

This album "Hylyt", constructed with lots of samples created by Jan for a decade, and released in 2012, may notify us he's produced samples case by case and built a structural creation up dexterously with his simple theory and simple plan. Combinations with many noises and musical phrases, each of that sounds eccentric for us, can get crystallized as a fantastic dreammare. Looks like every sound has been put together in disorder but mysteriously (at least) I cannot hear any confusion via them. Some phrases are based upon well-matured mellow riffs (especially on B Side), and basically inorganic chemistry but natural mess structure would not disturb me.

His soundscape reminds me Satan Alfa Beel Atem aka Ziggy Atem indeed, but let me emphasize this, Jan's creation consists of various unsettled elements "obviously with his strong intention" that we could not hear via Ziggy's schizophrenic messages and samples at all. We can have Tomutonttu sound-salad prepared with enormous sounds leaning towards natural beauty and inorganic dirt, and seasoned with versatile noises launching spicy, sour, bitter earache for us. Enjoy.

DamoXt7942 | 4/5 |

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