Spain's UFO Project rework the recent outing from London producers Wizard and Pyramid, throwing down a darkcore slice of moody, atmospheric breakbeat with dated tearout-style keys and sparing use of the powerful original vocal.
The key to success is to always move forward, something that this duo clearly know. Improving with every release Gerra & Stone have reached a new level with this EP. 'Too Deep' can do little to explain the intensity of this monstrous bass. The drum pattern has just enough life to lift itself to the drone of receptiveness which has become a staple go-to for the minimal/tech end of the spectrum. A standout track.
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Announcing the follow-up to his 2012 debut LP ‘World You Need A Change of Mind’ (produced by Philippe Zdar), this super-talented Brit returns with this, his latest EP. Pitching up somewhere between the classic UK soul vibe of Soul II Soul and the more experimental and inventive electronic soul of James Blake, it's all about Bainbridge’s passion for warmth, soulfulness and melody which permeates every aspect of this EP. Look out for forthcoming LP ‘Otherness’.
'Abhinada’, the first Machinegewehr record on Bordello was a real anthem, featuring ice maiden vocals. This follow-up is more understated, but doesn’t sacrifice melodies or the sense of drama. The title track is based on crisp 808s and surging, filtered synth sweeps, with the vocals relegated to the background. Meanwhile, ‘Guarding the Frontiers’ goes deeper as Machinegewehr focuses on a pulsing bass and swirling melodies.