KiNK‘s music all falls into one of two discrete categories: soulful house or experimental techno. Where selections from the Bulgarian producer’s most recent album manifested as the former, Infinity Is Not A Number follows a nostalgic procedure to yield the latter.
Slated for release on Len Faki‘s Figure imprint, the four-track EP will see Strahil Velchev depart from his KiNK alias to release music as kirilik. If his future songs under the moniker are anything like the first, they will consist of slow-burning, densely arpeggiated disharmonies produced with a drum machine and Eurorack modular synthesizer.
To whet fans’ appetite for the EP Velchev has uploaded a video of the “slow version” of the EP’s title track. Releases aside, as kirilik he will take cues from ’80s and ’90s techno artists to explore new ways to perform electronic music live.
KiNK will release Infinity Is Not A Number via Figure on June 11th.
Source: Resident Advisor