Inspirowane wulkanami, ale i chłodne electro na labelu Luke'a Eargoggle'a. Dynamiczne arpeggia, ale i kojące leady, aranżacje, które są ciekawe, ale i podtrzymują napięcie. Porządna sprawa.
Fresh from offering up a double-pack of acid-fired electro treats on Furthur Electronix (the fine "Angular Momentum", Ola Bergman appears on Luke Eargoggle's excellent Stilleben label for the very first time. The four tracks he's delivered are as strong as you'd expect, with the veteran Swedish producer choosing to flit between cuts built around druggy, Italo-disco style arpeggio basslines, and more electro-framed workouts. Such is the quality of material on show that picking highlights is tough, though we're particularly enjoying the gently intergalactic positivity of basement chugger "Fibonacci Horizon", the Drexciya-influenced outer-space electro weightiness of "Olympus Mons" and the hazy "Pyroclastic Flow", where lilting, "Selected Ambient Works" style chords and melodies ride a muscular, all-action dark Italo groove.