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The truth of the matter is this is the record I’m gonna have on my shuffle all year, accompanying me whenever destiny decides it’s time for a little more home comfort. With their self-titled debut, Rezzett do away with surprises and deliver the kind of record that leaves listeners cocooned: their grainy, ghostly iteration of techno and jungle now its own hallmark, they here render it as a world that we can live in.
I keep hearing it at chance moments and feeling the world around me reveal itself as a simulation as Rezzett’s world filters back in. “Yunus In Ekstasi” is as simple a soundscape as you’re gonna get, doubling up the duo’s sepia fidelity with gorgeous chord shifts and vocal hums that sound like they’re breaking up due to the position of your television’s satellite. On “Wet Bilge” the duo pounce with a beat so brazen it should shake the earth -- instead it lands on an aquatic melody that offsets it with nothing but beauty. It’s one of those moments, much like their “Doyce” 12, where you realise that they could have it whatever way they want -- the tune underneath swims independent of the dance music driving it above and beyond.
Overall though I just keep listening to this record over and over. It’s familiar enough to find a home in and mysterious enough that I want to keep wading through it and finding new environment to uproot. Also: some big hitters. “Gremlinz” is non-stop and forever; so is my love for this record.
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