Misel Quitno is another moniker in Dimitri Grimm’s name-arsenal. Mainly known for his elaborate ProgHiphopJazzElectronica-productions as Dimlite
, Grimm here skips on drawn-out arranging, on sampling bits off other people’s records and seemingly also renounces to fulfill any noble purposes. The album, described by the artist as ‘drafts… the score to an imaginary film, shot on Super 8, or a sample library, done for the pure fun of it’, is a mixed bag of tricks, kept together by a dry and minimalistic aesthetic. The wafting synths, the knuckles knocking on wood, the layered guitars and Tubas indeed might have worked as the backdrop to a 1960’s avant-garde romantic psycho-tragicomedy.
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