Glanko :: Alset (Halbsicht)

Fans of Access To Arasaka, Architect and Hecq will easily absorb these alienating electronics that wisp by with finesse and control.

Giuseppe Fallacara (aka Glanko) delivers his debut for Germany’s Halbsicht. Moving across glitched rhythms, electrical sheets and analogous tentacles, there’s an audible sheen that sparks on Alset—not unlike early releases on Tympanik Audio, Raster-Noton and Mille Plateaux.

“Set B” contains a stream of ambient slivers and lo-flying bass, as “Lex” elicits pristine electrical clicks much in tune with a darker Brothomstates pigment. There’s also a clear mechanical emotion strewn throughout as glacial ice-blocks break apart from textured formations. “AC” and “Prol5” maintain sharp cataclysmic beats clinging together as subtle buzz tones fade within a dense fog. “Vathal” reveals broken atmospheric—and noisy—streams as the artist manifests complex music via subdued harmonics.

Fans of Access To Arasaka, Architect and Hecq will easily absorb these alienating electronics that wisp by with finesse and control. A sonic mixture of intersecting genres can be found on Alset yielding a welcomed retreat from the usual suspects in the field.

Alset is available on Halbsicht.

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