Imugem Orihasam ‎– Moon, Silhouetted Particles

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MEANDER 11 Imugem Orihasam Moon, Silhouetted Particles(12") Meander MEANDER 11 Germany 2013 Sell This Version
MEANDER 11 Imugem Orihasam Moon, Silhouetted Particles(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Meander MEANDER 11 Germany 2013 Sell This Version

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March 13, 2013
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Moon, Silhouetted Particles, 12", MEANDER 11

Having already appeared on Patrice Scott's Sistrum Recordings and Adam Marshall's New Kanada, the enigmatic Imugem Orihasam arrives on Berlin's Meander. Working from his secluded base in the mountains of northern Japan, Orihasam has come to prominence thanks to his cinematic brand of Detroit futurism, a signature sound that continues on this EP.

Leading the A-side, Workshop founder Lowtec strips down the title track. Whereas Orishasam's atmospheric original is a sci-fi score lined with tonal chimes and rippling pulses, the German artist focuses on its more spacious elements by dropping the stems into a wash of minimalism. Over the flip, Orishasam shows what he's all about with "Time," an immersive cut of utopian techno. In their typically jaunty manner, Montrealers The Mole and Hreno team up with Meander mainstay DeWalta for a fidgety house remix that was apparently crafted during an afternoon studio jam. James Lawrence for RA.