Collision Detect sees Nina Georgieva fracturing raw harmonies in conjunction with Enig’matik cohorts in an assemblage of chaotic and percussive clarity.
[Release page] An abrasive, post-industrial percussive apocalypse of sound and creative noise emanates from Collision Detect, Nina Georgieva‘s latest extended player for Enig’matik. A sense of balanced deconstruction, instrumental in nature, and evolved in its gritty basslines is exposed within darkened voids. Robots reassembling electrical wires—sweltering beats merge and submerge themselves in loose-knit vocalized sheets. “Makes Run” and “Homo Necans” are elevated surrealistic slices of electronics, buried with Middle Eastern motifs and splashed against a dosage of bass drops, chants and rugged crevasses of rhythm. Woulg does some digital surgery on his rendition of “Homo Necans“—a processed progression of chopped glitch and synth manipulations. Balkansky’s version of the same track is merged with grime and DSP industrialism as the ‘Dusty Fungus’ conversion obscures shards of voices and mechanized bass. Nina Georgieva‘s remix of “Mloski – An Introduction To Labyrinth” is an electronic mash of busted beats, burnt horns, clangs and organized distortion’n bass—a brilliant cacophony of exp-electronics and ambient undercurrents. Overall, Collision Detect sees Nina Georgieva fracturing raw harmonies in conjunction with Enig’matik cohorts in an assemblage of chaotic and percussive clarity. We’re looking forward to more in this vein of crackling bits and pieces.