REVIEW: Sinjin Hawke’s “First Opus”

sinjin-hawke-first-opus Sinjin Hawke, First Opus (Fractal Fantasy)

The erstwhile Montrealer and current nomad’s deprivation tank future sounds get a bit of breathing room on his first longplayer, keeping the singularity at bay for just a while longer. Hip hop, specifically the search for new sounds and pacing, form the basis of Rashad-acolyte Alan Brinsmead’s mostly instrumental tracks. (Local DJ Jason Voltaire/M. Bootyspoon comes on to prophesize a bit.) It’s a visceral listen, with a palette sure to confound the ears and open the senses.


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