One vinyl, two tracks, three artists. This is how the latest VA from Zimbru could be summed up.
On side A we have a driving mysterious groove amped up by the sexy bassline and the deep moody atmosphere. Sahauʼs track is immersed in an electro eclectism that is meant to be subtle and dynamic at the same time. This was recorded live and itʼs pressed as it was.
Side B is the dark side for sure. This time itʼs only Kozo and Dan Andrei (ak41) and their rendering is a hypnotic 12 minute long piece layered with a multitude of sounds ranging from the crickets and jungle birds to the more electronic bubbly and metallic tones. Itʼs named after Paul who had already left the building when this was recorded.
As It Was
The Man Who Wasn’t There
Specification: Sahau / AK41 – As It Wasn’t There EP