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Boomkat (July 2017) :

“In Traced, Guffond takes the textural and spatially sensitive ambient aesthetics of her previous LP, the acclaimed Yellow Bell, into palpably more paranoid and unnerving headspaces, using her filigree appreciation of electro-acoustic dynamics to convey that feeling with a subtlety which will surely resonate with anyone aware of digital surveillance technology’s transition from peripheral creep to a near ubiquitous presence.”

https://boomkat.com/products/traced


Anost :

“In Traced, Guffond takes the textural and spatially sensitive ambient aesthetics of her previous LP, the acclaimed Yellow Bell, into palpably more paranoid and unnerving headspaces, using her filigree appreciation of electro-acoustic dynamics to convey that feeling with a subtlety which will surely resonate with anyone aware of digital surveillance technology’s transition from peripheral creep to a near ubiquitous presence.”

https://anost.net/en/Products/Jasmine-Guffond-Traced/


Music Won#t Save You (August 2017) :

“With the publication of Yellow Bell, Jasmine Guffond followed a new and artistically complex path. This new LP under her own name develops the concrete experimental approach of its precedent and amplifies its surreal post human contents - not a fluke that the opening track is called ‘post human’. Almost everything on ‘Traced’ is leaning towards an anxious incorporation of alien frequencies. ‘GPS dreaming’ in particular brings together machine sounds to create sonic landscapes of post modern alienation.”

https://musicwontsaveyou.com/2017/08/13/jasmine-guffond-traced/



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