Under the moniker Bézier, San Francisco producer Robert Yang creates completely live electronic music using only analog gear. "Templar," the opening cut from Yang's debut EP, is based purely on terse melodic patterns and grinding rhythms, and unrolls in a seemingly stream-of-conscious manner. With an air of romance and humanity, each tone and sequence plays out as though they were direct extensions of the producer, rather than routed through various Roland and Korg synthesizers. The rest of Bézier's Ensconced EP is available now via Dark Entries.
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