Budapest

by Rezo Glonti

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  • Pre-order of Budapest. You get 3 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it's released.
    releases 12 February 2016

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1.
Line In
2.
3.
Sul Dges
4.
Shuttle
5.
6.
Addition (Opendrive)
7.
Typ & Lis
8.
9.
Line Out

about

Budapest, the second album from Georgian producer, Rezo Glonti, is a lush record of essence and space. Named after the street in Tbilisi where the artist writes and records, Glonti’s latest offering utilises electric guitar, analogue and digital synths, modular set-up, guitar effects and cassette field recordings to create a hypnotic ether. Sweeps of synth punctuated by jolts of guitar, background whispers, smothered rhythms or key lines make for a revelatory listen. Subtle surprises surface; tape scratch, noises from a distant factory, aural flashbacks of an acid rave some time ago. The use of percussion on the album provides a pulse to steer through uncertain terrains; illusory or concrete. Budapest sprawls and is also adrift in a cohesive flux. The album’s attention to detail makes perceptions feel heightened and indistinct at the same time. Blissful and brooding sounds intertwine, at times creating an intoxicating effect. Things take on slightly different shapes and colours; streets bend and appear in the wrong cities.

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releases February 12, 2016

All tracks recorded and produced by Rezo Glonti between 2013-2014 on Budapest St in Tbilisi, Georgia.

Photos by Andro Eradze from ‘Urban Metaphysics’ series. 

Mastered by Mark Kuykendall

‘Sul Dges’ features verse from Pavlo Nozadze’s ‘Accustomed Love’ (1924). Text reading by Ana Chorgolashvili. 

Thanks goes to: Ana, Andro, Dmitry, Scott.

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