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N1L - Water Memory
N1L
Water Memory
Tape | 2018 | UK | Original (Opal Tapes)
11,99 €*
Release:2018 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Vast, devastated terrain is covered here, burned down in psycho action-movie montages of tuned percussion and pacing, predating bass music. Viperous snatches of melody, of disembodied voice and the promise of calm rise. Seven chapters of anachronistic, lovecraftian horror & burning cold alien limerence brought forth through the advanced cauldron skills of N1L.
N1L - Mud Diver
N1L
Mud Diver
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Where To Now?)
12,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After releasing two 12”s for Lee Gamble’s fledging UIQ label, Latvian artist N1L flits to Where To Now? to present four new compositions of smudged, innovative, and completely otherworldly bass mutation. ‘Mud Diver’ begins with the aptly titled ‘Chasing the Sun’, at first holding all the intentions of aiming for a big room anthem – introducing itself with familiar melodic pads and focused, drop friendly peaks. Anyone who knows N1L’s work though will understand that this settling for a straight forward approach is not his vibe… at drop point the anthemic nature absolutely plummets face first into the grit and accelerates away into layer upon layer of revving synth mayhem, transforming with grace into the complete polar opposite of its initial gambit. Title track ‘Mud Diver’ takes us further down into the realms of machine trouble and its mechanised cyclical movements. Held together by the deepest of off beat kicks, we wade through this horrorscape of construction and collapse in search for light. This light comes in the form of ‘Jaget Och Maskerna’ where swathes of rapid-fire signals weave through the darkness and speed away towards the hopeful bloom, holding an escapist and otherworldly aura, a hallmark of much of N1L’s work. Submerged for 9 minutes ‘Clockroach’ takes us deeper and deeper down into the basin, where dubwise flutters of percussion and sparks from the breaks of rolling dread bubble around the vessel. Recalling the deepest moments of Raime, the tensest moments of Kode 9, and the most desolate moments of Demdike Stare, ‘Clockroach’ best embodies N1L’s ability to respectfully reference a rich history of bass music, whilst injecting his own deeply experimental learnings and leanings at every turn. “Listening to the music of N1L is at times like staring into a vast, bleak expanse where time moves at a different rate to the rest of the world…N1L’s music feels stretched and compressed in equal measure, combining a nostalgic traces of 90s techno, jungle and rave into something that sounds like it’s been torn from another era and warped in the process.” – Scott Wilson (FACT)
N1L - Ikea Zen EP
N1L
Ikea Zen EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (UIQ)
12,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
N1L lurches back into cranky post-techno action on Lee Gamble’s label with the Ikea Zen EP: six tracks of deviant, obtuse dance music that brings the future to heel with X amount of noise and abstract funk.Having the honour of inaugurating UIQ with the Wrong Headspace EP, Martin Rokis’2nd volley feels more pinched and nervy, rolling out with discombobulating effect akin to caffeinated browser window-hopping or being physically rendered as an algorithmic .gif or holographic projection while in the middle of the dance.Depending on your tolerance for vertigo and motion sickness, that sense of quantum instability is entirely pleasurable or quease-inducing. Maybe we were bounced on our heads too much as kids, but we’re definitely in the former set and all up for being turned inside out.A-side he plays with the gearbox as a Rubik’s cube in #accelerate, slipping in and out of meter and focus with bewildering diffusion of grime ballistics and gyroid vox before Sleep Architecture gets on a heavy-lidded, technoid dancehall tip veering between dreamy and dread feels, while Galactic Tetris comes off like STL tending to a flock of primitive mechanical birds.B-side, Fugu marks the EP’s most messed-up and elusive moments, and the rickety tribalism Hazy One spirals upwards off scooping subs into heady thizz, but the best is kept in the back pocket with a full frontal mentalism called WARWARWAR which sounds exactly as frantic as the title suggests.
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