Phoet “Standard Model”
Chopped up crunchy synths.
Hailing from Turin in Italy, intriguing newcomer Phoet has shared the second single taken from his forthcoming debut album, Broken Symmetry.
“Standard Model” is a brooding tune that’s accented with chopped vocal cuts, a tribal influenced percussion, and a crunchy, synthy breakdown. It lands alongside a trippy visualiser made by Valeria Ferrari that includes snippets from a 1970’s film called “Omega.”
Speaking on the track, Phoet says: “This track is the result of me searching for a standard model to define my sound. It’s a track that pushes me to look up beyond the efforts of the day to day and look up at the sky and wonder where we all came from.”
Slated for release on April 5 via Variables Music, Broken Symmetry is a 12-track circular concept record, where Phoet aims to describe the concept of time through music, through everything from techno, to trip-hop, and African rhythms. In advance of the release, you can download “Standard Model” via the link below, or here for EU readers due to GDPR restrictions.
Pre-order for the album is here.