Gintas K’s “Under My Skin” reviewed by The Wire


Gintas Kraptavičius is a prolific Lithuanian sound artist whose work exists somewhere on the left side of the glitch continuum. His music is composed of many short-term electronic events, most of which are somewhat melodic in-and-of-themselves. Much of the work here occurs inside a fairly tight sonic field, so it can feel a bit repetitious, but that has more to do with palette than technique. It’s definitely an abstract assemblage, so it just allows a lot of listener drift. Which is not always a bad thing. Byron Coley

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