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- Doyce by Rezzett
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Maybe we’d be speculating more on mystery producer Rezzett if their music didn’t affect and stirr on such a visceral fucking level. I know visceral is a lazy word, but to listen to “Doyce” is to be shaken awake while retaining the dream. It feels equal parts earthy and elliptical, its electronics spitting and sneezing out their ethereal sound: Rezzett turns these twinkles to stone, eventually disappearing them under a ground-shaking beat that prods slowly towards bassier element before somehow finding the proper rhythm to pounce on. It’s a gorgeous piece whose atmosphere derives not only from the lo-fi grain but from the sounds scattered within.
Flip it and “Doyce (Yavas)” appears, the same track with its dominant beat extracted, leaving behind nothing but that uncompromising, unbinding ambience. Stripped of its driving force, it has a sporadic and bubbling intensity all of its own. It’s not either or for “Doyce”, but one now and the other later.