Ed DMX delivering some deeply rooted techno and acid tracks reminding of the heydays of Detroit Techno. The first EP features the lighter side, while the second the heavier gyro workout from Ed DMX on his duo release for this fresh label, Ride The Gyroscope.
The mysterious but widely acclaimed R-Zone series roll on to a 15th EP now with a new four track release that is as essential as ever. Opener ‘Hired Gun’ is a tough and raw concoction with coarse, snappy snares, rough drum pings and lots of abrasive texture all making for a physical listening experience. ‘Midwinter’ is a deeper and more emotive jam with warm pads dampening down icy hi hats and busy synth work. It is fresh and original and sounds like little else, then ‘Captive’ gets all deep and space-y with smeared pads and slick metallic hits tied together with a molten acid line. Lastly, ‘Exile’ is five blissful and beautiful minutes of atmospheric, intergalactic electronic sounds that really take you to another place.
Conforce alias Vernon Felicity with his first Delft EP, heavy with Detroit leanings and acid crackles.
Channeling Soul, DiscoFunk and old school House vibes straight from Fly By Night Music’s own boss Lorenzo, White Rabbit Recordings’ head Giovanni Damico and label mainstays Riccio and Mayo Soulomon, we have something for everyone.