Berlin-based producer Xin debuted with the EP Xin (2018) and the
album Melts into Love (Subtext, 2019), a collection of ten brief
deconstructions of techno, dubstep, drum'n'bass, etc.
Past the warped Stockhausen-influenced chant All That is Solid,
the otherworldly hissing and buzzing of Crrrash introduces
an ugly shapeless combination of beat, voice and drone.
It's hard to recognize any specific dance genre in the viscous mayhems of
Real Frenzy and
No Relief No Perspective No Vanishing Point,
or to find any beat at all in the floating radiations of
That There is None.
An angelic choir embraces beats that sound like videogame shooting sounds in Myopia.
The disorienting effect is maximized in Spent Wasted and Saved
where a religious choir moves around the sonic space and is continuously manipulated, fragmented, mirrored, multiplied in a crescendo of madness.
By comparison, the horribly deformed Declared Denied and
Ffantom Contendt sound like normal songs.
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