The first and final tracks, "Gonga" and "Cobalt", are more fast-paced, danceable tracks than what we've see from Ital Tek in the past but definitely feels up with the times, taking trends from various electronic fellows like Machinedrum and giving them Ital Tek's own touch these aren't simply following trends, but they are up to date on what the innovators have been doing with their time.
What all of these tracks share is that they call for multiple listens; nothing here is completely simple and predictable. The tracks take turns that are unexpected without feeling forced or uncomfortable. Currently, we do not allow digital purchases without registration. Register Become a member of Amoeba.
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A rapid race for supremacy caught amidst abstract drum patterns and unrestrained synth movements. Elsewhere the EP touches on sweeps of video game effects and arpeggiated chords such as on 'Pixel Haze' and lurching patterns of tribal-esque drumming on 'Cobalt'.