VA – All Stars Vol.3 [FRV034]

HOLT, Daniel/GREY PEOPLE/SCANNOIR/NEGOCIUS MAN/SONS OF TRADERS - All Stars Vol 3

Frigio Allstars 3 comes from the murky underbelly of electronics, where the nights are long and the days are short. Ashen tones pricked with lighter shades, all smeared with attitude in this collection of underground tracks made for the underground. Daniel Holt dives deep into the darkness with the nine minute industrial throb of “Vaccuous Transient.” A stomping beat pierces sci-fi score synthlines in a track brimming with menace. Grey people debuts on Frigio with the grime smeared jack of “Bruxism.” The flip is all first timers to the Madrid label with Scannoir offering “De Panaesher.” Sitting somewhere between synth lament and uplifting wave, this track is a true modern classic from a member of the GOTT camp. Madrid’s very own Negocius Man follows with “101 Wars” a winding worming work of glazed electronics to kill any dance floor and the amazing finale, “The Smile Of The Body” coming care of Bari’s talent based in Berlin under the moniker of Sons Of Traders.

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VA – All Stars Vol.3 [FRV034]

Grey People – Strange But Not Forgotten [FS026]

We at Finale Sessions are glad to have Grey People aka Alex Michalski raining from Chicago he is one of the new up and coming producers from the windy city that has flavor that Finale Sessions really likes and we present you with his first track called “Feeling Strange” with its weird but funky bassline and its dark synths gives it a peak time feel with its spooky chords that sets this track apart from the rest, Then we have the track called ” Defeated”which really has this Depeche Mode feel with its wicked bassline and its solid claps but we also dig the pads and synths also. Then last but not least is the track ” Forget The Peak” is my favorite track of the ep its solid chords and pads give this track a melodic feel and very dancefloor friendly vibe.

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Grey People – Strange But Not Forgotten [FS026]

Grey People – Trench Foot [CGI008]

Pluralist industrial jackin utopia that is Grey People from the crunchy, dissonant piano stomp of ”Trench Foot, and the equally crunchy, driving, new wave dirge of Moonstruck, to the cosmic drift and thump of ”Lock the Box” and the funked up FM slap-bass of ”Wild Intentions.”

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Grey People – Trench Foot [CGI008]