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As time passes, Aforisme label is only adding gems to its catalog and the next one to shine is Root with his Cezariad EP. A combination of deep drums throbbing through layers of bass lines and melodious partitions.
He outsets with “Cezariad” – a dynamic composition with satiny claps that evolve throughout the time of listening into a core part of the piece. With a start-to-end listening, we can hear the bass line groaning sometimes in the back of the glossy keys and electronic environment. The casual shots are colonizing the imagination of the listener, estranging it from the primary source of the sound. A peaceful start is something to sum this up.
“Black Gold” – the name speaks for itself. A metallic continuance of the record with generosity in bleakly sounds and eccentric build up. The digitalization of this track can be felt from the first minute and we talk about the sonification of Root’s message through this particular piece. It reminds us of a playful xylophone paired with floor rhythms in a minimalistic entourage.
Taking the whole side B of this record, “Quantum Anomaly”, builds its surroundings in distorted ways and more specific – bleeps and stretched alien-ish pads that wrap in an out-of-room sonic voyage. The dynamics of Root and Parallax Deep are immaculate here, both putting under the spotlight their visions in a co-operative way. Speedy drums of Parallax’s are amiably confronting Root’s ghostly view on the melodic build-up.