Karolinski – for akasha – clipp.art

Karoline Hegrenes’ under the guise of Karolinski has produced a remarkable body of work here that touches upon various disciplines. Employing a generous assortment of moods and atmospheres the artist sequences fast beats at times such as on the quick-fire: it hurts, while probing deeper moments on the more melodically charged, i’m a supergirl 02. This is techno with a twist of imagination applied to the layers of sound that almost suggests something else entirely. The excellent, we have come to an end (Gimme Your Mother%$#) finishes via warped, looped voices exciting the equation still further as the collective buzz of electricity ponders, then attacks the senses.

Release: July 31

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SINQMIN – Nonfiction – clipp.art

SINQMIN’s breath-taking production, Yeonji Gonji (Rouge on The Cheeks) opens up a world of sound as a clash of ideas feels innovative and bruising, coming soulfully charged with emotion. It’s always wonderful to hear music which stands apart and this combination of scintillating breathy voices, rugged drums and deep pleasures is all that and more. The quick-fire beats of the more techno flavoured Hakusan follow, leaving the pulsating Acid rhythms of City of Noise to complete. But for me it’s the most distinctive Yeonji Gonji.

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https://soundcloud.com/sinqmin/sets/sinqmin-nonfiction
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