Sutekh Micro-Solutions To Mega-Problems
- Words: Alexis Georgopoulos
- Label: Soul Jazz
Following mate Kit Clayton's debut offering for Soul Jazz's new MSMG series, Sutekh offers a selection of trademark tech-house tomfoolery. "Mouth Party" stutters on vocal samples, like Akufen going vaguely garage. The deliciously titled "Scraping Nails" recalls tropicalista Tom Z? colliding with a humming refrigerator while "Boulez's Toes"-referring somewhat mysteriously to French arch-Modernist composer/conductor Pierre Boulez-proclaims it a party. One of Sutekh's finest moments.
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