Rawakari’s first projects made us travel in vertical forms. After driving "Ikebana"'s rhythmical frameworks into the wall, he now weaves a new alias called "Odaka". Built around a rhythmical skeleton that is definitely more dancefloor - but still visual - a story is told in deep, organic basslines whose multiple contortions surprise at every turn. Assembled with refined acid sounds sparingly improvised, the music is as much to dance to as it is to listen to. Out here there are no mouse-clicks, just the startling melodic hum of resurrected machines.