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November 19, 2018

MUTEKLIVE176 - Aalko (Akiko Kiyama)

Aalko (Akiko Kiyama) (JP)
Friday August 24, 2018 - MTELUS
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Who: Tokyo-based minimal techno producer Akiko Kiyama, who recently unveiled her Aalko alias for more experimental and arrhythmic pursuits.
Style: Sleek minimal techno mastery; wayward experiments in syncopation; shuffling off-kilter rhythms in sinister directions.
Labels: Kebko Music , Nervmusic, Contexterrior , op.disc
Latest: Ophelia (2015), No Man Is An Island (2018, en tant qu'Aalko)
More: Many were first turned on to Kiyama’s dark and moody beats when she was featured on Richie Hawtin’s futuristic DE9 | Transitions compilation in 2005.

Guided by a love of sleek beats and industrial bass and singularly moody experiments in syncopation, Tokyo’s minimal techno sorceress Akiko Kiyama has been dispensing off-kilter rhythms and textures that veer into sinister directions for well over a decade. With her new, more experimental project, Aalko, arrhythmic patterns are engineered, BPM boxes stretched out and irregular time signatures embraced.

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