Bnjmn - Amygdala

Berlin based Brit BNJMN returns to his regular label home of Delsin with a brand new mini-album of experimental cuts that continue his journey into ever more decayed, lo-fi and gritty sound sculpture. As well as albums on Rush Hour and Astro: Dynamics, BNJMN has put out a fine EP on Stolen Kisses and in 2015 started his own label Brack with two great releases. This new release features six tracks and kicks off with 'Microgravity,' a shadowy exercise in suspensory dub that ripples and groans, growing in menace over its static laced three minutes. Next, 'Womb' is a vast chamber of glory synths and rippling pads that sounds like it comes from the after life, 'P-Tr' is a high tension, nerve jangling brew of glassy electronics with heavy kicks buried deep below and '1987', a fuzzy, darkened brew of spacious kicks, whirring machines and bubbly tape sounds that are seriously foreboding. 'Oder' is a more emotional work where multiple synth lines echo about and emit cautious rays of light, then finally 'Amygdala' is based around a frazzled, oversized and spraying bassline that is backed by radiant pads and a dystopian house groove and it rounds out another expertly outlier collection full of strange yet compelling tracks and textures.

12inch Delsin: DSR/E7 € 8,99