One part hushed reverence, one part synth arpeggio masterclass, three parts unstoppable techno juggernaut, Yaaard‘s “Unfocus” sounds like a church organ stuffed with neon lights. On a Persian rug. It’s a fluorescent sermon of a song, suitable for late night drives or meditative cups of tea. Think a cross between early, laptop collage era Metronomy and the more virtuosic, introspective moog moments of LCD. When not sharing stages with the likes of Rozi Plain and Black Pepper, Yaaard finds time to run his very own record label, Reckno, which is where you can find his new mini-album Kimberlin.
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