After half a year of studio work the London based, Slovakia born producer returns with sophomore EP. From frenetic glassy synth stabs of '56 Stops' to hollow beat punctuation of Gregorian-chant-turned-Juke of 'God Messed You Up' to raw and saw-like bowing of the industrial 'Towns' the EP finds young producer immersed in syncopated digital brutalism. 'Towns' is both celebrating and challenging conventions of its main materia - Juke and Trap tropes. By exploring its possibilities outside of the classic environment the EP brings together relatively distant color palettes of evocative glitchy electronica and the harsh cello driven pieces.
released June 9, 2014
All music by Pjoni
Coverart Damian Herb
Mastered by Pjoni
supported by 4 fans who also own “Towns | EXTB056”
A simple search on the tag drums revealed these guys. The 80's music sounds are adorned by a great musical wit blending new and old together seamlessly. The rhythm guitar syncopation is terrific and complex as is the bass parts that really drive the tempo. The old school analog synths are bright and pronounced. Vocally, very good, confident and somewhat a highly. I can draw from their name (Nvmeri meaning Numbers) that there's something mathematical about it all. Very appealing music. Dr. Beaf