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Aexion

by Sun Genam

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    Handpulled on high quality 300 grams Munken Pure Rough Paper. A2 (42 x 59,4 cm) Artwork by Isabel Cavenecia & Sjoerd De Ridder. Screenprinted at Kapitaal.

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Is it live or is it Memorex? This famous tv advert springs to mind when listening to the syncopated snare drums on Aexion. They seem to come from everywhere and feel very much alive, unlike ordinary drum programming. You find Aexion on the brand new Sun Genam EP, which comes hot on the heels of the Angry Gods EP (released last year on Amsterdam label Who's Susan).

Sun Genam is a new alias of a Dutch but now Berlin based producer who also releases music under a different monniker on SoHaSo. Where his previous work tends to lean more to leftfield dancefloors, Sun Genam focuses more on the mind and clearly takes an inward journey. A mysterious track like Pinski4ex awakens the ancient spirits that live in rainforests, while Pink and Blue Squares reports about a hallucinating dream in a chilly vocoder voice.

Just like Aexion, closing track Sensation Green is a much more energetic affair. Both tracks illustrate great craftsmanship when it comes to beat programming and movement within a composition. Sun Genam offers spiritual guidance while the dancefloors remain empty. The right medicine for drifting souls.

Artwork by Isabel Cavenecia & Sjoerd De Ridder

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released March 5, 2021

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