Baraki ‎– Colony Laspberry

Label:
Worm Interface ‎– wi019
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 Rock'n Job 4:08
2 Departure 6:33
3 A Break 1:05
4 Koukakului 4:32
5 Stick 5:25
6 Tuning 4:23
7 Wa To Yoni 4:54
8 Boundary 7:13
9 Bandai 3:08
10 Whisper-2 7:49
11 Link-1 0:57
12 Rem 6:50
13 Daidara Botch 6:44
14 Colony Laspberry 12:14

Notes

(p)+(c) Worm Interface Recordings
Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: X-9542/ WI019 A

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scoundrel

scoundrel

July 26, 2016

On Baraki's only album, COLONY LASPBERRY, he brings some sparkling breaks to the table with "Rock'n Job," while "Departure" gets super-blippy. But, for textural contrast, "Koukakului" and "Wa Ton Yoni" approach from a more industrial angle initially, though both give way to something more melodic. "Boundary" seems to encompass Baraki's IDM aesthetic wholly: loud, clattering beats undergirding a more wistful melodic line. Baraki brings variations to this, of course: "Stick" emphasizes the warm chaos, while"Bandai" is more harsh, and "Tuning" shows off the softer side. A hint of dream-pop even sneaks onto "Whisper-2" and "Rem" stays more abstract. The title track closes the album with some mellow guitar and piano before the ambient nature takes over entirely. A little-known IDM gem here.