There is no one quite like Dave Huismans, aka A Made Up Sound. The Dutchman, who's of course also known as 2562, has been in a musical world of his own ever since he first turned heads with his debut in 2006. As of that decade, he has continued to confound expectation and operate away from any prevailing trends, mostly on his own self titled label, but also for other cult outlets like Clone, Trilogy Tapes, and Delsin, where he just dropped his newest release. His music toys with convention, finds rhythm in unknown places and cooks up textures you didnâ€™t think were possible. Broken and abstract yet absorbing and emotive; his sound is a left-field marriage of techno, bass and electro that has proven impossible to imitate.
Over the course of ninety minutes, The Hague man showcases his penchant for kinked grooves and for high pressure drums. He manages to be maximalist and in your face one moment, then subtle and subversive at others. From disco to electro and techno, itâ€™s all here. It all creates a rugged, seat-of-your-pants ride that throws up plenty of curveballs along the way.
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