Hear Zane Reynolds’ Grande offering now.
Allegedly pieced together entirely while sitting in notorious coffee chain Starbucks, Californian producer SFV Acid‘s debut album The Dwell is far more developed than you may assume would have been possible. In the flurry of Ventis, smoothies and stale muffins, Zane Reynolds has composed an engrossing selection of druggy electronic vignettes, bringing to mind Aphex Twin and early Squarepusher but not sounding like a simple carbon copy.
Reynolds’ music is brittle and engaging, and his reframing of dance tropes feels totally in line with the current fixation on decomposed club music. FACT interviewed Reynolds in depth about the album this week, and you can take a look here. [via The Fader]