Another stellar offering from Demdike’s DDS imprint (which seems to be smack in the middle of an imperial phase): Earprints, a 2LP of sublime, crepuscular electronic jazz from David ‘Move D’ Moufang’s Conjoint ensemble. Originally released on Source in 2000, and featuring piano/vibes man Karl Berger (who’s worked with Don Cherry and Ornette) and Jamie Hodge (responsible for the zinging early/mid-90s Born Under A Rhyming Planet 12”s on Plus8), it was hardly the only record of its era to bridge jazz minimalism with micro-house and gauzy hip-hop abstraction, but it’s certainly one of the most subtle, absorbingly dubbed-out and - we can now say - timeless. A must for fans of Supersilent, Jan Jelinek, Villalobos and Loderbauer’s ECM reworks, Arve Henriksen, MVO Trio…


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