This is the extension and second installment of Bokoboko (NON 033CD/LP) from earlier in 2012. Double vinyl-only release in a picture sleeve; it will not be available as a CD or digital download. With its non-placed devices and hard-to-pin-down aesthetic falling between electronic and psychedelic music and the warm-hued sounds of traditional acoustic instruments, Burnt Friedman's Zokuhen (trans. "second edition"), produced exclusively for vinyl, may be considered an extension (or second installment) of Bokoboko (released in February 2012). On this new double EP, too, the music focuses on uneven rhythms that dictate the groove for all the participating musical elements and display a formal logic to which all the instruments gladly succumb. With its even rhythm and proximity to dub reggae, the track "Kon Ki" shows that exceptions to the rule are permitted among the six new tracks and two re-worked Bokoboko themes that round off this follow-up.