Daniele Antezza, aka Inner8, take his ship to the shores of an enticing as sick land of harmony, like the hypnotic downtempo of Daimon Anthem, a paradox of a cacophony tunefully orchestrated, as well as The Irony of Karma (part 1 and 2): programmed drum beats vs an enraptured ecstasy, where the listener is like possessed by the anxiety of the fast rhythmic and the shamanic vocal sampling.
For sure the key color of this record is black. A black oil you suddenly bath into, like in a ritual.
The whole vibe is always massively bitter, like on Violence, which sounds an interview of Slovenian Marxist philosopher Slavoj iek; even when lowered, that bitterness is still relentless. A come-and-go of overwhelming harshness (Praxis) and stirring beauty. I read there's a lot of conceptual in this 2 vinyl discs record: as a random listener, just put your headphones on, and taste its aural vibrations.
not yet, probably nobody cares, or nobody cared enough to tell something. Also: nobody reads komakino.
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