If you call music like this minimal then you really aren’t listening properly. Ken Ken, Lo Lo builds upon vigorous layers and repeating patterns of atmospheric sound as each idea intertwines deftly with the next. It results in a powerful, heady concoction which spells out danger if you weren’t ready for it. The drums and bass reference classic late eighties Detroit while the remainder of the rhythms and production narrative remains firmly placed in 2018 and as stimulating as required. Next, Shotef + 60 does similar things in terms of its development, although ads warmer pads plus a punctuating human voice to the equation, while eventually subsuming you in a weird, trippy soundscape that soars with rising synthesizers alongside the joyous mantra of repetition.