Genre/Influences: Minimal-Electro, Experimental.
Background/Info: Behind this project is hiding ‘Djane’ who next to be a musician is also co-founder of Adventurous Music and Global Noise Movement, co-creator of the Global Noise Movement Noise Floors at Wave Gotik Treffen etc. The new EP of Inyan features four new cuts plus one remix.
Content: The tracks reflect pure, Experimental, Electronic-Minimalism driven by broken beats, mysterious atmospheres and (female) spoken, whispering, vocals. The last track is a remix by Signalstoerung.
+ + + : Great Electro-Experimental work with an excellent osmosis between minimalism and broken beats. The rhythmic injects energy and gets it all more accessible. I especially like both debut cuts while Signalstoerung also did a great job remixing the debut track “Ich Könnte…”.
– – – : I regret there’s no real variation in the production of the vocals although the whispering format makes the voice mysterious and sexy.
Conclusion: This is total minimalism and a kind of free-Electro style I fully support and recommend.
Best songs: “Thunder”, “Ich Könnte”, “Ich Könnte – Signalstoerung Remix”.
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