Meitei has come a long way from the chilly, ambient flavors of his 2019 album “Komachi.” That offering, released on Berlin label Metron Records, left us with a headful of fragile soundscapes and nature-inspired sculptures — much of it born of a ghostly lo-fi world.
“Kofu II,” on the other hand, is an evolution. As the sequel to his 2020 album “Kofu,” the sonic landscapes created here are richer; there is a weathered bounce to the proceedings, constructions that feel recognizable as opposed to hazy and formless.
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