This latest record marks album number three for Sweden's electronic music producer. Recorded in Finland, Rasmus Hedlund has just released Far on Ljudverket Records with lots of meaning wrapped in the package. Over the past few years the twist and flow of our emotions have been crafted into unique and unidentifiable shapes. Through the medium of exploratory music, Rasmus Hedlund has manifested a rhetoric and expressive form through the scope of electronic language. Far meaning Father in Hedlund's Swedish language and Far meaning distance when recalling the journey travelled, the music draws a line between the two points of reference and explains the space between them.
Track one is Rytmisk. It opens with layered beats and reverberant sounds that drip and pool in wet spaciousness. Drops of bass push the drums through the floor and create cellars of potentiality that sneak up the dusty stairs to meet the room. The intensity rises with pulsations of drum and rising pressures from wispy sonics and flashes of mechanical procedure. More tone twists through in deep and breathy tubes, chord forms sparkle on opaque flooring as the heady percussion adapts and coils according to the gentle adjustments. Graceful and exotic, the following of rhythms and blurring of tempos add an intensity and propinquity of sound that effervesces with fizzy determination. Abstractions of ambience drive the mysterious destinations onward with subtle shifts in topographic evolution.
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