- Redshape's NonPlus two-tracker—his first record of 2015—is a relaxed affair. Sebastian Kramer nails the trick of being restrained and subtle on the surface, while a huge streak of colour bubbles beneath. There's a lot of warmth here, too, with both tracks featuring generous keys and pillowy expanses of bass.
"I Feel Like Riot" leavens skittering claps, hats and synth inflections with undulating low-end and gentle, rebounding drums. Its sleazy ambience is bolstered by the stringent calm of titular vocal phrases. On the flip,"The Rift" has an almost experimental feel that positions it well away from Kramer's peak-hour material. Quasi-tropical percussion flits against giant, acidic keys that sound something like an old Blackstrobe 45 played at 33 RPM. Redshape's two productions exude confidence with an unhurried ease.
A1 I Feel Like Riot
B1 The Rift