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Hugely impressive debut release of mind-bending synthetic sound from this Glasgow artist. Calum Gunn, curator of the Conditional label seems to have a knack for delving deep into the underground and giving a platform to talented emerging artists operating in the realms of experimental electronic music. I have no idea what Daniel Katinsky is doing or how he’s doing it on the aptly titled 'Digital Concrete' but I’m fairly certain synthesizer(s) and computer are involved in stretching, warping and sculpting these wonderful plasticy and metallic sounds into weird shapes. I feel like I’m inside a massive rotating hypercube, trying to escape and as soon as I grasp a slippery surface it melts, slips away and morphs into something else. It’s best not to try to get out and just lurk inside for a while and witness the glorious colours as solid surfaces and objects appear to liquify as if by magic. It’s chaotic, psychedelic, post-techno mayhem complete with some brilliantly unorthodox mangled, sticky beats zipping around that’ll twat one’s scone up good and proper. This is fucking great actually.
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