Broshuda
Contemplative Figuration

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why we love this

Broshuda's abstract soundscapes keep you on the edge of your seat. This is music to get fully lost in.

about the record

With Contemplative Figuration we see Broshuda pushing his amorphous, impossible-to-pin-down music in exciting new directions.

Stitched together in various European cities over the last few years, it is the artist’s most dynamic and ambitious release thus far, drawing equally from musique concrete, beat research, ambient, tape collage, and spoken word.

Episodic in nature, the collection functions well as a sort of impressionistic travelogue, with romantic, hazy atmospheres coaxed from borrowed equipment, serendipitous recording sessions with old friends, and even a drum sequence programmed with Mario Paint, among other curios and sleights of hand.

Broshuda deftly wrings bonafide cohesion and balance from these disparate source materials, tools, and locations, as on opener “Kakigori,” which allows a snaking harmonic drone the space to evolve before exploding it into a sort of seething, dubbed out pointillism. Later, “Lied Fuer Hase” concocts a potent, humid atmosphere of beautifully evolving acoustic piano loops and elegant narration.

Taken as a whole, Contemplative Figuration is a weightless, transportive record, one that is bursting at the seams with ideas, mischief, and a restless spirit.

  1. 1 - Kakigori 6:36
  2. 2 - Obj. Contraire 5:41
  3. 3 - Cypher 5:08
  4. 4 - Airlite DMV 3:58
  5. 5 - Leg 4:37
  6. 6 - Lied Fuer Hase 6:42
  7. 7 - Pagoda 2:41
  8. 8 - CF 5:56

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Broshuda
Contemplative Figuration

25,45

only 1 left

  1. 1 - Kakigori 6:36
  2. 2 - Obj. Contraire 5:41
  3. 3 - Cypher 5:08
  4. 4 - Airlite DMV 3:58
  5. 5 - Leg 4:37
  6. 6 - Lied Fuer Hase 6:42
  7. 7 - Pagoda 2:41
  8. 8 - CF 5:56

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why we love this

Broshuda's abstract soundscapes keep you on the edge of your seat. This is music to get fully lost in.

about the record

With Contemplative Figuration we see Broshuda pushing his amorphous, impossible-to-pin-down music in exciting new directions.

Stitched together in various European cities over the last few years, it is the artist’s most dynamic and ambitious release thus far, drawing equally from musique concrete, beat research, ambient, tape collage, and spoken word.

Episodic in nature, the collection functions well as a sort of impressionistic travelogue, with romantic, hazy atmospheres coaxed from borrowed equipment, serendipitous recording sessions with old friends, and even a drum sequence programmed with Mario Paint, among other curios and sleights of hand.

Broshuda deftly wrings bonafide cohesion and balance from these disparate source materials, tools, and locations, as on opener “Kakigori,” which allows a snaking harmonic drone the space to evolve before exploding it into a sort of seething, dubbed out pointillism. Later, “Lied Fuer Hase” concocts a potent, humid atmosphere of beautifully evolving acoustic piano loops and elegant narration.

Taken as a whole, Contemplative Figuration is a weightless, transportive record, one that is bursting at the seams with ideas, mischief, and a restless spirit.

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