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Geskia is signed to Japanese independent record label Flau; he makes fantastic downtempo/IDM/ambient-ish music fused beautifully with elements taken from trip-hop, glitch, and breakbeat. There’s a lot of similarities to Obfusc, in the sense that the music feels very “organically” created; a delightful blend between downbeat styles found within the IDM scene and more of an abstract style found within electronic-oriented instrumental hip-hop acts a la Flying Lotus as well as trip-hop acts like Portishead, Hooverphonic, and The Atomica Project.

Extremely enjoyable and laid back, this 15 track, one-hour long record is highly recommended. Lush, beautiful trip-hop-like beats combined with a rich, organic texture and brilliant craftsmanship makes this one a solid hit at Clothes HQ. 5/5.

There is a lot of detail witnessed here; an exercise in boundlessness and finesse. It’s a rich marriage between a multitude of styles spanning multiple electronic-oriented genres. I am extremely impressed with this record; definitely album of the year material. Be sure to check out Eclipse 323, his latest full length that was just pushed out the door on Flau.

For more information:



Support the artist, buy this at:

Amazon (import)

Boomkat (digital download; £6.99/~11 USD)

Flau Webshop ($17 USD)


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  1. Wow! This CD is Great! Really. Thnks for the goood music!

      • isleptintheseclothes
      • Posted September 9, 2009 at 07:44
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      All I ask is that you buy it if you enjoy it.

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  1. […] fact, Geskia has been covered on this blog before and remains one of Clothes HQ’s favorite artists and deservedly so. This album is out now on […]

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