Ethan Borshansky Pattern Patterns(Original Mix)
A new EP out on Panta Muzik from Ethan Borshansky. The title track – Pattern Patterns – is a warm bit of techno that bubbles along softly, with warm washes of analogue sound. There are remixes from Signal Deluxe and Occelli but neither are essential.
The really interesting bit of the EP is the other three original tracks from Ethan. These are low key, offbeat, experimental, ambient tracks. Farafield floats past on a little synth bass and bell chimes. All a bit ritual. Kemomo is a bit closer to minimal techno, with a sampled voice becoming wordless. Lowfield has a bit of cello bass and a hazy static charge. Lovely.
Pattern Patterns (Original Mix)
Full EP here:
Blurb: Following his crafty Thoughtless Music debut Hold Tight, Ethan Borshansky brings yet another thoughtful release to the table with Pattern Patterns EP. Composed as a kind of latticework, the first four tracks alternate between minimalist tapestries and sensual dance floor grooves, all linked by certain raw elements – cello plucks, bell tolls, and wood strikes. Panta Muzik’s very own Signal Deluxe and Occelli add their Mexican touch to the title track with two delightful remixes making for a uniquely soulful and mathematical experience.