- Efdemin and RNDM's stated aim for the Pigon project is to find perfect, simple loops with subtle variations. That mission is adhered to fully on their newest 12-inch, with the duo offering up four contrasting electronic delights. Opener "Dirty Float" and closer "Flip Over Pill" are the non-dance floor moments. "Pill" sounds like a xylophone careering around M.C. Escher's Relativity, while if "Float" were indeed in a parade, it wouldn't be so much your standard Macy's cartoon character but rather a delicate, crystalline apparition weaving through the crowd. True to form, both are based on simple loops but the aforementioned subtle variations take things to the next level.
Opening and closing a dance 12-inch with beatless excursions is a bold move but it frames the dancier tracks between them. "Painting the Tape" takes a deep house trip that eventually becomes saturated with tape hiss—a refreshing change to the pristine sound that can be found elsewhere. "Sunrise Industry" is just that, sunny and industrial; the relentless bassline keeps things deep while bouncing keys and vocal snippets illuminate the highs. Good morning.
A1 Dirty Float
A2 Painting the Tape
B1 Sunrise Industry
B2 Flip Over Pill