Danish producer Kasper Marott had the distinction of releasing his track ‘Keflavik’ – acclaimed for its blend of disco arpeggios and thumping house beats – on Modeselektor’s Seilscheibenpfeiler label in 2018. His debut album, though, shows he has aptitude beyond the world of club bangers. ‘Top Soap’ has gamelan tones and a slow groove, ‘Missing Link’ explores abstract breaks in a Luke Vibert fashion, and ‘Pling’ is all pleasing synth blips. Marott is a versatile talent.
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