- Words: Carla Costa
- Label: Subvariant
The key to any hypnotic record is the beat. Quantazelle (a.k.a. Liz McLean Knight) uses the same deep bass and stuttering synth stubs to keep you on track while she takes her static samples skating across the cosmic plains. A hot trick that could get stale in someone else's hands, but Quantazelle melds in delicate instrumentation and slowly builds the tracks into a high-paced frenzy, a playful kind of manic with toy piano tinkering out mischievous melodies. Coaster's collection of spry songs is genuine experimental endearment.
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