Eugene, Oregon producer Karmelloz steps into yet another amorphous world of computer-generated electronica on his 1080p debut “Source Localization”. Loosely skirting genres of instrumental hip-hop, ambient techno and footwork but generally remaining incognito in a cloud of smoke behind late night screen glow, Karmelloz moves deep into a thick and hybridist textural haze that is as concerned with renderings of the organic as much as the cerebral.
EEG patterns, the electrical waves all our brains emit, and brain synchronicity have been the abstract catalysts for Karmelloz’s hardware and MaxMSP-created works. Currently a senior at University of Oregon studying psychology with an emphasis in neuroscience, he has always found ideas surrounding genetics and possibilities of genetic programming/recombination in terms of his readiness to reprogramme the genetic material of history in a musical sense.
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I often get Mercury in Retrograde stuck in my head as a foggy theme of liminal spaces and dreamy headspace but Bed of Nails feels like analog skronk is about to drip straight through the walls into the basement Carl Fisk