Spring, Disco Puppet’s new EP is characterised by its irreverence towards the stylistic and procedural dictates of genres and their purists. This stems partly from ideology, but mostly from a tendency to get easily bored. But cerebral as his work is, he matches it with heart. His experiments, though nearly scientific in their rigour, are always essentially human. They come from a place of empathy and vulnerability, and perhaps because of this, they are surprisingly moving.
Biswas now further into adulthood, is more skilled, more confident and has more to say. Possibly because of this, he is looking further back. With Spring, he has gathered sounds that remind him of his childhood, and arranged them to soundtrack the sensation of almost remembering something – of memories like words at the tip of one's tongue.
He says: “In Spring, I have tried to capture my childhood. Both with the sounds used and the feelings the songs evoke. You know how sometimes, there's a word in the pit of your stomach - you know it, but it's not really coming to you. It's like that."
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