This is the second episode of our Various Artists serie. The Fallen (a collaboration between Plural (James Johnson) and FBK (Kevin Kennedy)) opens the E.P. with Interference, a fast paced killer hypnotic dance floor friendly dub track: they create a sound that is unique, fluid and extremely danceable. Philippe Petit follows with Exposed, a stripped down, bleepy bass-heavy rhythmic piece of techno. Julixo brings us Own Structure, an aggressive jackin techno track leading to a warm synth line that will leave nobody indifferent. Terrence Dixon closes the E.P. with Odd Numbers, a track that only him can do. Sub bass melodic techno reduced to the max.
Deep advanced techno by JP Enfant! Three seductive sultry tracks and as cherry on top a brilliant remix from Mojuba’s Don Williams full of tension and playful grooves.
ENVLP sets its 2016 return with John Barera, the Brooklyn artist that steadly drove its sounds through space and stars with blissful sonorities and elegant productions. John delivers a four track EP that brings a personal interpretation of the Detroit sound elevated by John’s unique skills and strong personality. Starting with the celestial ‘Mission Mode’, we go through the masterful ‘Pattern Theory’ and the catching ‘I Can See For Miles’ until we reach the different notes of’Cloud Nine’: so many change of the directions that show the extreme versatility and talent of John Barera.
A Personal Voyage Ep These walls have made us the beings we are. They have listened and echoed, our words, our creed, our hate. These walls have tied down the souls of us; they made us insane, hysterics, in observing defenceless, uncredulous that there was not, any reaction. We can only halt us, after having used up our nails, over these walls now rough because of our shouts, our burned hopes, by our passions damned; by our minds, dinned. None could ever help us, because as slaves we feel and now we are, of these cursed walls and of these walls damned that, however still give a sense, to our cold life.