Italian composer Caterina Barbieri is growing on me. She has spent the best part of a decade breaking apart the rigid structures of electronic music, using advanced, idiosyncratic techniques to build bridges between academic experimental, dance and pop landscapes. Barbieri’s music sounds as if it has a life of its own, endlessly expanding and transmuting until it’s able to develop its own rules and gestures. Her latest album, ‘Myuthafoo’¬† teases an ecosystem where technology and biology are intertwined, and where the past, present and future are part of the same essential narrative.