Crépuscule - Ramzi - HOUTi KUSH
Label: 1080p - 1080P50 • Format: Cassette • Country: Canada • Genre: Electronic • Style: Abstract
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From the scratchy bongos and fluttering jungle noises of Princess Of Cups to the slow echoing enchantment of Etwal, the stylistic tropes flow like emerald gloop throughout Houti Kush and the fairy tale sonics don t let up once. It s an evocative and complete artistic vision that should switch many more listeners onto Guillemot s wondrous sound.
Further evidence for Ramzi’s intention to create a sci-fi soundscape is found in her song titles: “land of kush,” “houti kindom” and “ramzi prophecy” iterate Ramzi’s intention to create a unique dance.shagoresamumkathridred.infoinfo is difficult to single out the best tracks as most flow slowly into one another.
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Ramzi – Houti Kush by Juno Plus on at am In the upsurge of cassette labels, there has been a rise in the number of truly intriguing artists who seem to exist only in the spool-based sphere, reserved for those listeners still committed to the idiosyncratic charm of the archaic medium.
Guillemot’s voyages have always been deeply rhythmic but the heavy psilocybic zones on “Houti Kush” step through from the frenetic/maximalist potencies of her previous “BÉBiTES” release into restrained but equally imagistic investigations into warm but unknown .