Jameszoo “Faaveelaa” | Rwina Records
Dutch experimental electronic producer Jameszoo has produced one of the oddest electronica EP’s this year in Faaveelaa. As his debut record on the imprint Rwina, Jameszoo goes far beyond the conventional backdrop of the major producers spreading influences and carries forward into something entirely all his own. The music is psychotic and compelling in the abstract states it takes on. Spiraling motions of metallic and futuristic beat work goes way off the grid and launches out for a new type of experimental electronic sound that has much to do with Brazil as it does a chemically enhanced mind. Deep bass tones land the music in a club setting while synth sounds like it is being ripped into pieces and stretched all over the place.
The music on Faaveelaa sits in my mind comfortably in terms of the melodic ideas, never wavering into experimentalism so far that tonality is not taken into account. With a tinge of Brazilian dance music infused, there is nothing to truly explain the end results from track to track. Each beat, to simply put it, is crazy. Drums are used in the most unusual manner, synth is presented with a sense of controlled chaos and the heavy bass tones never end. I love being shocked by an album and Jameszoo’s Faaveelaa EP has done so on every listen. Prepare for something entirely new and exciting in the beat genre.
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