One day things seemed perfect, but the next day everything was different. This wasn’t anything knew, she’d come to expect change now, found her own ways of acclimatising. Her ability to adapt and to settle quickly had been sharpened after life had thrown so many obstacles and challenges her way. She could handle anything now.
Producer and sound artist Kosei Fukuda makes a return to his own Reiten imprint, this time for his debut double LP Ruten. Marking the thirteenth release on the label, which Fukuda has grown as a space for experimental electronics and leftfield techno, the long player references Heraclitus’ famous adage that ‘everything flows’, with the two parts relating to the principle of Yin and Yang, and it’s infinite cycle of energy.
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