Perhaps one of the most obscure performers from the U.K. experimental/smart techno picture (particularly provided his result), Bedouin Ascent’s Kingsuk Biswas can be an amazing force of impact in the regions of overlap between your even more ponderous extents of ambient, electro, techno, and drum’n’bass. Documenting originally for Increasing Great before that label shut doorways in early 1996, Biswas’ early 12″s and debut LP, Research, Artwork and Ritual, had been set even more squarely in the experimental ambient/techno camp. As the U.K. underground music moments tended ever more and more toward entropy, nevertheless, Bedouin Ascent’s music provides followed suit, moving to leadership position after 1995’s incredible Music for Contaminants LP, aswell as remixes for the Increasing Great Collective, Tortoise, Slack Pet dog, yet others. Generally having a intensely syncopated approach to downtempo drum’n’bass with sharp, shattering snares occur complicated patterns and deep, prolonged bass drones, Biswas frequently pairs sampled percussion with an increase of standard 808 and 909 drum noises, recalling the lino-square jaunts of Guy Parrish and Cybotron aswell the experimental junglists such as for example Plug, Witchman, and Squarepusher. Biswas can be one of just a small number of performers who have been successful in fusing components from these disparate styles in a style wholly irreducible to any solitary category. Furthermore to his Increasing High produces, Biswas in addition has issued materials through the Leaf, Lo, and Blue Angel brands, aswell as collaborated with Justin Broadrick and Kevin Martin of Techno Pet and electro-acoustician Jim O’Rourke.