Iran’s Milad Ahmadi Brews Dark Fusion of Noise in New EP ‘SINGOP’
Breakcore, IDM, dark ambient, gabber - the rationalisation of the Tehran-based producer’s of work can go on and on, but his latest release defies genre in the most gloriously macabre of ways.
With a taste for dark auras and sonic deconstruction, Milad Ahmadi of Tehran returns for his fourth project of the year, SINGOM, an EP that builds on his preferred militant palette.
In 2021, we’ve seen Ahmadi play breakbeats in, X2FOR2, distortion and utter madness with EPs JIVEO and NABOKH, Ahmadi finds himself in a sea genre-bending fusion that makes use of an endless spectrum of eroding textures. Released on Kopi Records, SINGOM is an ultimately formless piece of work that dives deep into the abrasive end of sound spectrum across its seven tracks and is described by Ahmadi as an experimental fusion of breakcore and IDM.
It’s certainly a memorable ending to an anxious sonic journey that doesn’t let up - a growing trademark of Ahmadi’s work.
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