MacroNoise :: Caravan Planet EP (Abstrakt Reflections)

Caravan Planet slides by gently, causing very little clutter for the minds ear, and elicits a meandering electrical calm worth diving into.

A synaptic pulse, groove, and chilled vibration occurs on Caravan Planet, immediately found on “Ligeia” where a mirage of snappy beatwork, far-out vocal streams and melodies drifting in the breeze reminscent of early era Proem. MacroNoise seems perfectly content with mysterious electrical low-end tones and intermixed extraterrestrial clips. On Ralax’s remix of “Ligeia,” a more sinister sheen is revealed, gritty noises interspersed among atmospheric basslines and darker passages through time are distilled. On “Point Of No Return” a reversed loop peacefully floats by, drums in sync with background sizzling and world sounds filtering through—this is a slice of life like no other, emotive, powerful and filled with serene frequencies, eventually dipping into a minimal techno sphere. Shifting over to the guitar movement featured on “Osmosis” and you just might fall into MacroNoise’s hypnotic spell—crunchy beat patches mixed into an instrumental stew, here we see the Slovakia-born musician—currently based in Prague, Czechia—slide into calm(er) waters where waves still pass gently over the senses. The title-track veers into surreal ambient drones, pitter-patter clicks and an early Penfold Plum versus Abfahrt Hinwill color pallete evolves within its pretty 3-minute soft dreamlike state. Overall, Caravan Planet slides by gently, causing very little clutter for the minds ear, and elicits a meandering electrical calm worth diving into.

Caravan Planet is available on Abstrakt Reflections.

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