Review: Oni Ayhun – OAR 004

Label: OAR
Catalog#: OAR 004

A: Untitled

B: Untitled

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There’s this feeling that the Oni Ayhun label is sensible and fun – a combination that the person behind Oni Ayhun previous work was based on, but somehow became so much clearer with the four releases on OAR.

The combination of the indulging rhythm patterns and the Sähkö-alike reduced aesthetic and sound, combined with the sonic advancements from the ‘001’ to this forth moment; Oni Ayhun creates a record that is truly unique.

What’s most interesting about this release, is the fact that there’s so much thought behind it. Neglecting all forms of feedback and keeping things very personal is maybe required for an artist pushing this sound – what does strike as most promising is the wide artistic spectrum this release has marked, in regards to the three previous releases. Keeping things to a bare minimal level, as well as uncompromising progression within all elements, Oni shifts through the atmosphere in light speed – wondering what the hell is going on.

There isn’t so much to tell about this release, other that it is very appreciated, as well as highly recommended.

2 Responses to “Review: Oni Ayhun – OAR 004”

  1. 1 chrisdisco March 17, 2010 at 12:30

    another gem from oni. such a distinctive sound. really love what he is doing.

  2. 2 rokas March 23, 2010 at 23:59

    well this isnt such a mind bender as other releases but its still a good one:)

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