Format: Digital, Vinyl.
Background/Info: Vulkanski is a solo-project of the Georgian DJ and producer Achi Tabukashvili. He previously released the EP “Science Gardens” and now strikes back with his debut album released (again) by the Berliner label Bite.
Content: The Techno influence is for sure rapidly noticeable, but the sound moves further than simply Techno. This is probably the reason why it has been released by a Berliner label; this city remains a reference when it comes to intelligent and visionary Techno music. “Skeptical Answers” sounds somewhat dark, sometimes accomplished with multiple sonic sound treatments and even Industrial elements.
+ + + : I like the diversity of the work and the global approach, which is definitely more than simply Techno music. I like the darker passages and subtle sound manipulations, injecting an atypical touch to the work. “Lynguistic Problem” is an absolute masterpiece.
– – – : The album globally remains Techno driven and I personally would have liked a few more darker cuts featured.
Conclusion: Vulkanski stands for Georgian Techno music with a dark edge.
Best songs: “Lynguistic Problem”, “Nervous Discussions”, “Core Facts”.
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