The slow rise in the intro to ‘Donothingatall.’ is almost unsettling, as the drop leaps from the background before the song has really taken shape. This however is used masterfully to draw the listener in with unworldly effects that strike an oddly appealing balance between disorientation and fixation.
In an interesting corner of the electronic scene, we see some artists that can almost withdraw you from the real world, and captivate your attention in a surprisingly intimate way. Kit Pop has certainly harnessed this well, allowing ‘Donothingatall.’ to appeal to fans of other well-established artists such as Burial and Jamie xx.
With a DJ background that saw him master cross-genre playlists, it allows for a different, more musically comprehensive approach to be taken to production. The Australian producer certainly has an interesting few years ahead of him.