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REVIEW: Collateral Intelligence presents Butterflies in Funerals

Collateral Intelligence is back, and it does so with a cinematic approach to electronic music, combining soundtracks to imaginary films with IDM, electro and ambient with Butterflies in Funerals. His latest work is pure widescreen electronics, sometimes dark, often hopeful with an eye on the stars, but based on the sheer cathartic necessity of creating him.

It is a wild, dark and overwhelming adventure, of Belgian origin, capable of completely resetting us. A perfect mix of past, present and future, filled with cold times with feelings of sadness, excitement or hope. Butterflies in Funerals takes a mutant breakbeat, a battle-scarred vibe, and fires off 303 beats, but pushes its sound deeper and deeper than ever.

Butterflies in Funerals is a euphoric psychedelic experience, in which each track takes the listener on his own sonic journey, until closing a set as experimental as it is intense and addictive, which takes over oneself like a sweet poison, while progressively transporting us, as few producers with a certain fluency are willing to do.

It is all a reminiscence, a whole nostalgia that any time passes was better. And that may be the case, at least in the cosmos of this album, with a strong personality and a studio full of analog machines that have led him to form a new identity.

We do not know what the future holds, but we do know that this single is testimony to a turbulent and uncertain present, which will remain in our memory forever. For jobs like this, we can continue to fight for a better future.

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