We're back again with Russian Artist, Module One. At just 22 years-old he's already had a stack of releases including an ambient album on Detroit Underground. 'Hometown' was written in the depths of Russia in a place called Novocherkassk, whose industrial cityscapes made a great impact on the overall sound of the album. Most of the tracks were written in a few takes. Most notably, the track 'Innermost Self' is a dedication to Module One's grandma who passed away a short time ago. Due to a tragic sequence of events, he was unable to see her before she fell into a coma. The track is overloaded with tension and fear as well as stark anxiety.
Vinyl tastes better...
I don't know what I could add other than Synkro creates a wholly unique vibe with his Apollo releases and it hits a lot of us girls in the feels. That's why I have every Synkro joint on Apollo. I love it, the girls love it, and of course, guys love it. VIBES. eden alison
As a few others have pointed out, this album has gotten me through the past few months with a calming and nurturing soundscape... looking forward to having the first 4 tracks on vinyl finally... wish I could hang out with everyone else who posted a comment about this album... muthubuntu
Been a fan of Yagya for years and have loved going through his back catalog and blissing out to the downtempo/ambient dub techno.
But now he's made a 'proper' techno album (a la Kangding Ray) and I am LOSING MY MIND. I want to be in a forest and hear it loud enough to strip the leaves from the trees. I want accompanying fire and lightning and chaos and to have this album be the final thing I hear before my eardrums explode.
I am utterly in love with this album - and I only bought it yesterday! Simon Chester