Noam Kamal shares his private framework, of which all elements are detained in a contiguous structure that breathes dynamics, emotions and futurebound interpretations. His minimalistic approach, resonating imagination and manifested intelligence in 'Phaela' and 'ATM' form the forefront of his inaugural Liquorish record. His conscious awareness of “life beyond its own subjective limits” challenges any audial boundaries currently touched on. His “uncompromising attitude towards conceptual and minimalistic music” can be found deeply inside the tracks very vibration.
The prominent, female producer Jlin adapts her sample-based rework of 'Phaela' with a spatial structure that completely fits Kamal's outlook on music. It holds the essence of her own footwork interpretation, while pushing some of Kamal's essential samples into the limelight. The jump-up extractions implemented make way for a less tarnished stereo image, driving up energy levels steadily. From the tasty whistles, peculiar pitch tones to subtle percussive alterations - Planet Mu's Jlin definitely moves into touching footwork enthusiasts with essential carnival flavours.
NameBrandSound definitely fits the requirements of reworking a Noam Kamal original. The duo's purely refined footwork pressure reveals their causative adventure through sound system culture; redefining ‘ATM’ by incorporating chopped 808s, cheeky percs and extraterrestrial sound. With the rugged sample processing almost completely reformulating Kamal's manifestation, the duo does maintain the track's holy ground. They continue to march forward with such rumbling rework; this time hand-in-hand with Amsterdam-based Liquorish Records.