Known for his ambient and technical sound - synthy, bass-driven melodies with dark heavy beats, sometimes intertwined with more organic instruments - Phutureprimitive does not disappoint, even considering the lengthy seven-year absence. Instead, he manages to come back even stronger on 'Kinetik', with slightly darker bass-laden tracks that are full of the raw energy Phutureprimitive fans have come to expect. It takes more than just a few listens to notice all the intricacies Rain carefully crafts into each cut on the album.
It is odd–how in the world we dwell some artists and music can escape your awareness for so long. In this hyperconnected nexus of social sharing and search, the discovery aspect of the algorithm still has a way to go, a bit of refining yet to be achieved…digressing.