This 12” e.p shelters Komori and Toyz R Me on two respective faces.
Komori, on the a side offers a contrast between sweet candy melodies and broken
beats spoiled by the mud of a crowded forest of sympathetic animals and small
Japanese baby-robots. You will listen and check your brain on his first works going back to 98/99, mixed by Léonard De Léonard and Komori himself.
The other Side welcomes Toyz R Me whose melodies evolve from Post rock to electro with distorted breakbeats, being suddenly quiet for a slapping fingers lullaby .
One of the toyz 'R' me's title already been released on a "Soulseek records" compilation .
Rolax with this third record takes more tortuous and more ludic ways.