As if ‘Black Origami’ wasn't enough, Jlin has once more illustrated a frighteningly beautiful vision of forward thinking sound. Blending elements of footwork, noise, broken beat, neo-classical and experimental, the Indiana artist has crafted the sound of a far out utopia, inhabited with fear, euphoria, bliss and anxiety.
'Annotation' is a real treat, with it's anxiety riddled synths and scattering drum patterns, as is ‘The Abyss Of Doubt’, a track that would make the most content of people want to revolt. Couple the soundtrack with acclaimed choreographer Wayne McGregor and you have a recipe for art in its most vivid description.
Dig It? Dig Deeper! DJ Spinn, DJ Taye, Inkke
Words: Andrew Moore
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