Two years ago, Transmigration decided to dig into much-missed Japanese producer Susumu Yokota's ambient techno work as Ebi, and more specifically an album he released in 1994 on influential German imprint Space Teddy. Here they offer up a belated sequel featuring three tracks from that sought-after set, and two from its' 1996 sequel. "Zen", a languid and unearthly affair featuring trippy, psychedelic acid lines rising above a chugging beat, is especially alluring, though the same could also be said of the intoxicatingly deep, quiet and exotic "Chuu". Elsewhere, "Sei" boasts enveloping, melancholic chords and more twisted acid riffs, while "Kaze" and "Tsuki" successfully throw additional IDM influences into the pot.
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