After Anima's sudden emersion, K'an's language now takes new appereances, isolating its own research into two opposite but complementary paths.
Mutation I: Shrines is an ode to the quiet and intimate motion of the inner land. Lead by fragmented and dreamy guitars, the first Ep is strongly linked to a purely inmost dimension, portrait of decadent, quivering and embryonic images.
Mutation II: Textures, instead, is its opposite transformation: the abjurement of "real instruments" brings K'an to an entirely electronic reconstruction of its own language. In this attitude, Textures get undressed of Anima's spiritual experiments and abstractions, showing its core through charming electronic crescendo, hanging among distorted techno, synthetic drones and aqueous, dreamy pulsations
The Mutation Ep series is going to fire ahead even after the first two volumes, and it will space out the deeper expressions of K'an's full-lenghts as a poetic appendix, as a new soil of parallel experimentation.
K'an (坎) is Paolo Bellipanni (1988), an italian experimental music composer. The project takes name from I Ching's hexagram number 29: the abysmal. Abstraction/ Distortion/ Mirrors. A drone, glitchy, spiritual disease.