2. Qiantun Tu
During their last Asian trip, the Russian-Britain duo accumulated influences and materials recorded and captured live on the spot, in order to draw this debut LP mainlines.
Expected for a few months, following a killer-livesets serie, this LP of 8 shows up repetitive & massive rhythms. From Shanghai shabby clubs to the Itaweon preachers, it’s a dark world to perfection, a fantasy imagery, which is created throughout this album with captivating narration, sliced by the Japanese opera singer Mari Suzuki’s vocalises and whispers.
This release is an opportunity for the duo to recombine and offer a brand new live experience which made their reputation around. They now consider it as an audiovisual experience combining multiple electronic musics and digital arts.