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@joshuatxuk For Kai Hugo, the Dutch electro experimentalist better known as Palmbomen, this second record ‘by’ Cindy Savalas is the latest diversion in a career full of them. PC Music springs to mind immediately, not only in Hugo’s creation of a fictional character (first introduced on an eponymous track on 2015’s Palmbomen II), but also because the sonic palette of at least half of these tracks dovetails pretty neatly with what we’re all used to from that label. The likes of ‘Cousin’s Birthday Party’, ‘Never Let Me Go’ and ‘Justin’ all feature Cindy’s breathy, sometimes distor
Palmbomen II returns with Memories of Cindy, an intimate collection of eulogic, supernatural house music made for a muse and to bemuse those who make (first) contact. A haunted memory hole of hardware grooves, celestial synth pads and lonesome vocals, Kai Hugo’s warped west coast vantage has never seemed so surreal but certain. Been obsessed with this project recently, especially his amazing video series (see part 1 above) CD/Digital album is out now, on bandcamp and streaming on spotify.