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Yotam Avni // Tehillim [SA029] 12 "

Yotam Avni // Tehillim [SA029] 12 "

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Stroboscopic Artefacts, a label run by Lucy, a techno writer in Berlin, Germany, has arrived.

Labels and other workshere /// Click here to see more Stroboscopic Artefacts releases available at Tobira. 

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Stroboscopic Artefacts:

"The Israeli producer Yotam Avni, though not one of the main players in the Stroboscopic Artefacts story to date, nevertheless shows that he is definitely here for a reason: having contributed with an entry in the Monad series back in July, he returns with a new With both his SA debut and this new offering, Avni shows himself to be a truly'progressive' musician: a creator whose. With both his SA debut and this new offering, Avni shows himself to be a truly'progressive' musician: a creator whose. musical techniques are informed by his creative disposition and not the other way around, an individual who seems to be using the richness and differentiation of human experience in order to let yet more of it arise.
The new record begins with the galloping rhythm of “Tehillim”, bringing a whole inventory of struck wood and metal elements into play, and leading listeners on an adventurous voyage through liturgical chanting and volcanic eruptions of synthesizer magma, all the while being accented with nimble The following “Orma,” while more stripped down in terms of individual elements, continues down the same path with clever spatial arrangements, and with tonal and percussive elements that seem snatched out of their buys urban environments and placed under austere laboratory investigation: this holds true for the isolated bits of sax and vaguely middle-Eastern percussive accents that distinguish this track, and which leap out mischievously from their carefully controlled setting.
“Shlok” begins with a deep subterranean kick pattern and percolating bell tones that, while first bringing to mind recent efforts from Planetary Assault Systems, soon transform into something much unique to Avni's imagination – smooth arcing vocals and contrasting shades of nocturnal ambience turn this into once the listener has been lured in by this siren song, the closer “Even” brings the EP's most forceful and demanding beat – though its heavy punch is tempered with a sense of contemplative sophistication. Once the insistent beat is overlaid by a shimmering latticework of piano, breeze- like pads, and concentrated string plucks, it testifies to Avni's ability to create tracks that are loaded with emotional nuance and defy easy description. "

Artist: Yotam Avni

Label: Label: Stroboscopic Artefacts

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Stroboscopic Artefacts, a label run by Lucy, a techno writer in Berlin, Germany, has arrived.

Labels and other workshere /// Click here to see more Stroboscopic Artefacts releases available at Tobira. 

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Stroboscopic Artefacts:

"The Israeli producer Yotam Avni, though not one of the main players in the Stroboscopic Artefacts story to date, nevertheless shows that he is definitely here for a reason: having contributed with an entry in the Monad series back in July, he returns with a new With both his SA debut and this new offering, Avni shows himself to be a truly'progressive' musician: a creator whose. With both his SA debut and this new offering, Avni shows himself to be a truly'progressive' musician: a creator whose. musical techniques are informed by his creative disposition and not the other way around, an individual who seems to be using the richness and differentiation of human experience in order to let yet more of it arise.
The new record begins with the galloping rhythm of “Tehillim”, bringing a whole inventory of struck wood and metal elements into play, and leading listeners on an adventurous voyage through liturgical chanting and volcanic eruptions of synthesizer magma, all the while being accented with nimble The following “Orma,” while more stripped down in terms of individual elements, continues down the same path with clever spatial arrangements, and with tonal and percussive elements that seem snatched out of their buys urban environments and placed under austere laboratory investigation: this holds true for the isolated bits of sax and vaguely middle-Eastern percussive accents that distinguish this track, and which leap out mischievously from their carefully controlled setting.
“Shlok” begins with a deep subterranean kick pattern and percolating bell tones that, while first bringing to mind recent efforts from Planetary Assault Systems, soon transform into something much unique to Avni's imagination – smooth arcing vocals and contrasting shades of nocturnal ambience turn this into once the listener has been lured in by this siren song, the closer “Even” brings the EP's most forceful and demanding beat – though its heavy punch is tempered with a sense of contemplative sophistication. Once the insistent beat is overlaid by a shimmering latticework of piano, breeze- like pads, and concentrated string plucks, it testifies to Avni's ability to create tracks that are loaded with emotional nuance and defy easy description. "

Artist: Yotam Avni

Label: Label: Stroboscopic Artefacts