Croachers Imprimer 7" (lathe)
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Coherx - Croachers Imprimer 7" (lathe)
Caleb Sheehan (AKA Coherx) has devoted the past decade to creating electronic music with an open-mindedness that eschews the notion of genre. For his first physical release – the second in Bladud Flies! Abhorrent Jukebox 7” series – the Cork based producer conjures up a realm of brooding analogue bass line stabs, soaring synth pads and heavy, skittering 505-like beats.
The two tracks presented here are as reminiscent of classic acid house and early electro smashes – such as Hashim’s Al-Naafyish (The Soul) and Cybotron’s Clear – as they are Vangelis’ haunting score for Blade Runner and Kraftwerk’s Radioactivity. Yet for all these frames of reference, Coherx takes this idiosyncratic musical language of the past and manages to make a sound that is very much his own: the perfect soundtrack to a nocturnal drive into the unknown or some dystopian sci-fi flick you never quite got around to renting as a kid.