Deep, abstract techno to hypnotise dance floors.
Retrocausality comes in two parts, A Priori ("from result") and A Posteriori ("from cause"), which is supposed to highlight the duality of perception. This manifests in how Okimoto's music feels like it's moving at two speeds at once. Take "Flatland," whose arpeggios spiral at double the speed of the lagging kick drum, or "Platonia"'s drums that twist into knots. But Okimoto's approach is more than mere trickery— her music sounds otherworldly. These tracks might feel like techno, but they don't sound like how we know it. Okimoto always seems to be doing two (or more) things at once, which might spell out why her abstract style is so enriching.