Jacktone Newcomer Isabella Delivers a Batch of Hardware-Driven Cuts
The East Coast artist uses a TT-303 clone and a Korg MS-2000 to spin a thought-provoking batch of tracks.
As the 15th release on the label’s rapidly expanding discography, her full-length further solidifies the young label’s reputation for maintaining a consistent output of unorthodox, forward-thinking electronic sounds. On Isabella’s label debut, off-kilter compositions move purposefully between a variety of experimental areas. In between the foreboding techno of “Cloying Traces”and the crunchy, 303-driven acid of “Pressing”, the full length pauses intermittently for detours through more atmospheric territory.
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