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Ahead of the release of his next full-length album on Creme Organization, irrepressible Dutchman Legowelt has readied a new EP. This EP features four tracks, one of which is Crystal Code 2080, which will also appear on the forthcoming album Crystal Cult 2080. The EP starts with the track from the new album. Coated in melodic mysticism and alive with many impish synth spirits, a celestial mood pervades the whole track as jumbled acid lines and jacking percussion fill in the foreground with plenty of energy. The other three tracks are just as muddled and multi-layered, texturally rich and typically Legowelt. They include the eeriness of Majestic Alchemy, the stormy and filmic emotions of ‘Mistral’ and classic house jack of Do What U Gotta Do with its mesmerising synth lines and deep moods.
Alden Tyrell is back with a new Clone Jack For Daze. A double A-side release with modern jack tracks that nod to Chicago’s tradition of making effective and fun tracks for the floor. These two tracks with a little jack nostalgia that will do the job! Mr Tyrell delivering in top form.
Finland’s Halvtrak joins Don’t Be Afraid’s burgeoning family for his debut EP. Across four tracks, Scandinavia’s latest musical export explores the house sound of Chicago via Tampere, offering four outstanding dancefloor options with a unique and very personal twist, whilst touching on some familiar UK-centric tropes.
Atom™ & Tobias. deliver their first tracks recorded for Ostgut Ton on the “Physik 1 EP”. For this collaboration they opted for two classic Acid jams. On the first side “Physik 44A” builds a steady sweep with its continually modulating Acid line and relentlessly driving percussion. Luscious beats are propelled through an intricately crafted hi-hat construction until the filter cut-off signals a break, only to allow the track to strike back in full force. On the B-side “Physik G321V” focuses on the groove. The same subject with a different approach. A surprising balancing act between the serious mood layed down by the track and the combined playful vocal stabs that are comfortably bathed in Acid as though they always belonged there. A thoroughly timeless record.
The long overdue Bio Rhythm debut of the chief metaphysics himself.. Three westside boogie tracks that will make all you jackers scream.