Flint Kids :: Sancerre EP (Abstrakt Reflections)

Expanding from bass-heavy turbulence to a gritty electrical traverse and spacious sonic revisions, Sancerre is an engaged backdrop to spinning Neutron stars.

Offering slabs of classical glitch maneuvers on “GeeBee,” time slithers by unknowingly while the title track pulls and contorts itself. Crunched up beat patterns emerge then submerge, tangle and flutter like scattering protons. Bass lines squeezed into and out of focus, fading away only to reappear and slowly crumble. This is what Flint Kids (aka Danny Nolan) does so well—managing to effortlessly evolve subtle yet soothing melodic sheets and flickering percussion. Two original propulsive miniatures are followed by four friendly reinterpretations by Roel Funcken, Daed, Andrew Course, and C Mantle. Expanding from bass-heavy turbulence to a gritty electrical traverse and spacious sonic revisions, Sancerre is an engaged backdrop to spinning Neutron stars.

Sancerre is available on Abstrakt Reflections. [Bandcamp]

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