Many moons went by and all of a sudden an apparition appeared on the horizon - a reinvented 'luke the wizard' no less, this time around known as Nova Viator. A couple of huge releases suddenly arrived in the inbox. Rudi Rudi is the more unconventional of the two, with 17(!) tracks of uniqueness. I would say the best description of this release is a patchwork of 'shorts' - ranging from 40 seconds to 6 minutes long, all painting one bigger picture. All the tracks have something quite epic, interesting and unheard before - the truly unique and odd to the idm inspired masterpieces. this is the sign of a really nice release, so take a deep breath and listen to the man who calls himself 'Nova Viator'.
Oh, and check out the track names for some of the weirdest ever seen on Kahvi.
Greatest label on net, kahvi, amazes me again... Music here is for soul...
Into Sound wrote on 10/09/08, 6:10 pm
In my opinion one of the best releases on the kahvi label...
Rubicante wrote on 01/05/08, 4:09 pm
Some interesting pieces. I would be surprised if I ever heard an ep quite like this one ever again. "exploding creeps rule" is pretty awesome just as a side note.
Dudge wrote on 01/05/08, 4:09 pm
Wow, that was... um... different. That said, I really enjoyed it.
Brioskj, I loved the deep piano too on "Ever volatile epidemics".
The favourite track for me though has to be "read true manor" - I'm a sucker for light melodies.
Brioskj wrote on 01/05/08, 4:09 pm
If I have to be honest, this is the strangest release I've ever heard, but this is the reason why I like it.
I think is right that everyone widen his musical taste.
"Ever volatile epidemics" is my favourite track, because i love the deep piano.Very nice.