"Summer Pylon manages to hold its own against the countless number of artists that try replicate this hazy feel. It features a number of tracks from previously produced EPs and weaves them all together in under a warm cloth of synth. The track Over Choice is a prime example: beginning with swirling synthesizers airing around a spoken word sample, you become accustomed to this wholly electronic sound – until the drums kick in.
This kind of dynamic is there throughout both sides of this record. From the soft, low-key pulses of Trá Mhór to the almost hectic, acid-flavoured beats on Too Much Information, ‘Summer Pylon’ manages to throw out new sounds just when you need them – especially true with such a lengthy tracklist. This project is a clear example of someone making music they really love and that’s probably the best part."
"What Bocuma’s music does well is present an interesting, relaxing ambient experience, but with enough punch and variation to keep me from falling asleep. Most, if not all, of the tracks are fairly complex in their use of fx and layering, to present a full package of music. Melodically, I found the deep, melancholy vibes an interesting voyage.
Lots of changes and variations made for an interesting listening experience.The productions have a signature underground feel, and it’s clear that a lot of thought went into creating these personal soundscapes. Each piece carries a message created by Bocuma, capturing a piece of him and sharing it with the world."
“A Boards Of Canada inspired artist that not only lives up to their brilliance but moves in exciting new directions with the blueprints they have drawn up.”
"Similar to the early work of Aphex Twin and Autechre, Bocuma blends soft melodies with catchy trip-hop beats, creating ever-evolving complex soundscapes ("Over Choice", "Futureshock"), soothing compositions ("Passing Wave", "Elpor Sor”) and child-like digital age funk ("V is for..."). Other highlights include "BMX Kid", which would sound perfectly at home on a hip-hop record.”