Laments of a Chess Automaton is the newest work of John Novak, whose turned into a Kahvi regular it seems.
A ten track album with a large array of different styles, deep basses and airy beats in Brightly lit shores to the muted and subtle Sixty Dragons. Listening carefully you could understand a few influences such as Tangerine Dream and Air but also some of the classic electronic work from the 90s.
Heck, there may even be a touch of some older Chemical Brothers in here somewhere, so listen for some pretty serious beats and tight basslines!
Tracks of choice for me are: Brightly Lit Shores, Sixty Dragons and Ganymedean Factory Visit with its cool lounge feel. Cover artwork by India-Lee.