Google his name and, apart from basic release details, you’ll have a hard time laying fingers on much information about him or his music. With just an intriguing debut appearance on US-based sound spotters’ finest Always Human Tapes under his belt, Polish up-and-coming talent Bloempot clearly cultivates a certain sense of mystery and elusiveness.
Reflecting throughout his idiosyncratic melanges of noise-leaning electronics, dark ambient and retooled techno patterns, this multi-angle approach blossoms all the more convincingly on his second EP for the forward-thinking Disposable Commodities, also home to Ian Lehman alias Doubt and AHT honcho Ryan Wurst aka Soul Tangler, amongst others.
Streaming in full through our channels, the opening cut ‘Drowning For Ulaangom‘ is a gushy melting-pot of bruising proto-tech and synth-heavy electro adorned with howling post garage-y and UK bass accents. Prepare to enter an all-devouring tornado of dissonant machine rumblings, well-rounded melody and thunderous percussions billowing out in toxic black smokes. Smashing.
(For The Deaf) is released via Disposable Commodities on 10th March, pre-order a copy from Juno.
A1. Drowning for Ulaangom
A2. MyCn18 Glass Hollow Faces
B1. Rare Handsigns, 1644
B2. End of Nothing
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