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On his riveting debut for Rabit’s Halcyon Veil, Jesse Osborne-Lanthier hacks club, classical and avant-garde music in a visceral, time-warping car crash of styles perceived from a multitude of angles with unflinchingly candid, cinematic sound design under the urgency of accelerationist tendencies.
Wrenched into being just ahead of his rumoured Raster-Noton release and some months after the obsolete technology salvage of C L S M with Grischa Lichtenberger, Osborne-Lanthier’s latest work is p’raps best described as a sui-generis, intemporal laceration of contemporary electronic music, consolidating the memes of noise, grime, avant-classical, computer music in a scrolling, vertiginous simulation of video game sound design violence, racial and cultural tensions, political instability, and the virality of social networks.
It’s sensational stuff in the most bruising, breathlessly beat-em-up 1st player style, but executed with a clinical approach that practically sutures as quick as it cuts, as though operated by a squadron of invasive nanobot drones programmed by Burroughs and Shane Carruth to decimate the present and let encrypted future codes bleed thru in the milliseconds of strobing space between.