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Russian Electronica from Sergey “Slow” Suokas

Sergey Suokas (aka Slow) is a Russian musician with a penchant for placid surfaces and anxious undercurrents. His still compositions may or may not run deep, but what’s active just below the surface taunts and attracts undeniably. His new, six-track album Dual Box on the Resting Bell label includes quickly vibrating shoegazer minimalism set above a richly throbbing bass and interspersed with backward-masked motives (“Dreaming,” MP3), and prayer-bowl meditations layered above whispy figments of anxious noise (“Chinatown,” MP3), among other things.

[audio:http://raw.media.sonicsquirrel.net/restingbell/rb071/03-dreaming.mp3|titles=”Dreaming”|artists=Slow] [audio:http://raw.media.sonicsquirrel.net/restingbell/rb071/01-chinatown.mp3|titles=”Chinatown”|artists=Slow]

More details at restingbell.net.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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