What's so good?
Nothing but love for Project:Mooncircle, who consistently deliver some of the most forward-thinking releases you’ll find floating around these here Interwebs. They helped bring the world Kidsuke, which was definitely one of the most overlooked instrumental albums of 2012.
Lomovolokno is a relatively unknown Russian beatmaker, but don’t let that keep you from listening to “Rope.” There’s a reason Project:Mooncircle chose to hype this guy on Volume 4 of their Faces series. Seems that PMC is well aware of the amazing beats coming out of Russia right now.
Fans of 813′s “Elastique” will definitely enjoy “Rope.” Right off the bat, we know that Lomovolokno is not afraid to experiment. The synths remind me of something Lockah might produce. Then things start to get twisted, and before you know it the clacking has taken over your brain.
Lomovolokno’s two other cuts from Faces Vol. 4 are also unreal. German producer Sieren also has three tracks on the release, but truthfully I haven’t given those beats much of a chance yet. It’s hard to get around to all the other great music out there when I keep replaying “Rope” over and over.
Pre-order Faces Vol. 4 on Bandcamp.