Some say history has come to an end… we say the future is about to start… Two brand new nu-jack sessions by Jamal Moss aka Hieroglyphic Being and Noleian Reusse.
Kingpin of the Dog in the Night label, Robert Crash is back with his third ep for the label this year. More smoking hot beat tracks and club ammo for the workin’ disk jocks out there. Uniquely deranged yet rooted in the classics, you won’t wanna miss this.
For their next trick, the anonymous R-Zone crew turn out three darkly engaging cuts that once again look back to a ravey heyday for their inspiration, but at the same time conjure up some refreshing contemporary ideas that will no doubt have dancefloors in raptures. EP opener ‘Onefourone’ is an epic end of the night track with big drums, melancholic chords and a sombre sense of finality that makes you think the world could end anytime. ‘Gravity’ sounds like an invasion from space, with falling synth lines, buried deep drums and clattering percussion all making for a foreboding atmosphere. ‘Stolen Birds’ fills up the flip side with a groaning and darkwave synth line and cooing birdcalls. As big hi hats come in and glassy tinkles fill in the airwaves, it turns into a stormy affair that is both dancey and cerebral at the same time. As always with R-Zone, this is compelling, creative music that bristles and brims with all sorts of occult charm.
3 weirdo ones on the Cult of Properness… Proper’s Cult, the label launched by Amsterdam’s San Proper, present their second release, the debut of a jazz-fusion drummer who goes by the name of ”D.”, hailing from Katwijk (NL)… Three deep and mesmerizing house workouts veering into techno territories, with an acid glitch to them. Yes, they come with a lot of question marks and exclamation points…