The Dutch artist's output both alone and as part of the Mandar trio has seen him gain worldwide recognition as a purveyor of raw and emotive house. This particular release stems from a period of extended isolation, having "created a place where I would isolate myself socially, having no interactions other than with a selection of instruments," he explains. It follows last year's Altrica Bloom EP.
Across the album, Genie collates a collection of cuts encompassing his broad range of influences, from ambient-tinged tracks like "For Edmond Bellamy," "Singularity," "Korwar," and "Lived II Time," and hazy house cuts like "You" and "Sopine," through to more dynamic electronica in "-*-," "November Subitizing," and "Anthropomorphic Sympathy." There's also a nod to more minimal aesthetics on "Dimlove."
Anthropomorphic Sympathy LP lands on September 6, with "Empathy Master" streaming below.
06. For Edmond Bellamy
08. Anthropomorphic Sympathy
10. November Subitizing
12. Lived II Time