Rome, since several years, showed to be a considerable lab for electronic sonorities, just like some other european capital cities, and then it's easy meeting some people (like in this case) particularly skilled in creating digital landscapes generated by machines. Moket's one (a typical lap-top composer) is music for expanded cerebro-architectures, as rich as it is of ambiental woofs as Autechre, and substained by light multi rythms in some moments closed to trip-hop aesthetics. This inner electronic music shows in some episodes some influences of nowadays micro-composers, and a certain taste for euro-learned minimalism, driven by mono-technobeat (third track, brillant conceptual lucubration with Pole and Brinkmann rememberings), although in those moments Moket's music hold his own autumnal charm/connotations. There's a shadow of blues (soul-like maybe, anyway, it's a soul), crossing the whole cd, even class-beats, refinements next to Mo-Wax and orchestral arrangements, sliping on smooth synthetic surfaces, drawn by electronical instruments. Nocturnal and artificially cute, Moket is able to be loved by IDM fanatics, and neo-Kraut romantics, and dancefloor habitué. Last thing to add, i have to say listening this cd has been extremely loveble (i swear!), and if You get it, it'll become one of Your favorite piece of intelligent techno. 12tx for about 52 min, and it's a cd-r..
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