KASSEM MOSSE

Dis­clo­sure ★★★ Hon­est Jons

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - MUSIC REVIEWS - JIM CAR­ROLL

Ger­man pro­ducer Kassem Mosse is ond of roam­ing far from shore. As with pre­vi­ous al­bum Work­shop

19, Mosse’s lat­est s a deep ex­cur­sion into ex­per­i­men­tal and ex­pan­sive sounds, where Mosse’s re­def­i­ni­tion of house is broad­ened again. It’s a dis­tinc­tive sound full of bleeps and squeals which of­ten sound on the verge of fall­ing apart be­fore Mosse pulls them back into some strangely be­guil­ing shapes. There are oc­ca­sional tracks such as Galaxy Se­ries 7 which throw dance­floor- fac­ing shapes but for the most part, Dis­clo­sure prefers the shad­ows and the mar­gins. Mosse is clearly in thrall to the emo­tions which jit­ter­ing, jan­gling sounds can evoke and there’s a lovely cin­e­matic blur to

Col­laps­ing Dual Core and Phoeni­cia Wire­less . The work of a pro­ducer mak­ing his own mark within techno and house’s sweep­ing tex­tures. face­book.com/KassemMosse

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