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Coming off the back off a sustained period of acclaim as one half of Instramental (an act who you haven’t heard the last of) we’re incandescently proud to debut longtime 3024 alumni Damon Kirkham’s first solo material as Jon Convex with a sound that strikes off in a direction entirely of its own, while mirroring the roaming analogue methodology of his group’s latter day work.
Opener "Convexations" raises the curtain with traces of Yamaha fog and a hollowed out kick before a bassline fusing Giorgio Moroder with The Human Centipede rears up to provide unrelenting forward momentum. Glimpses of dialogue warped to the point of gibberish, an ever growing chorus of muttering percussive synths and a zero gravity drop complete the picture of a ride in cattle class all the way to Pittsburgh.
"Falling Again" dials back its predecessor’s intensity, evoking a robotic production line take on UKG. A metronomic 2-step rhythm forms the basis for a replicant diva’s final performance while another strikingly organic bass line spends the duration of the track expanding and arcing with all the grace of a particularly low frequency solar flare.
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