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Unknown Mobile - No Bad Edits 002
Unknown Mobile
No Bad Edits 002
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (No Bad Edits)
11,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The second release in No Bad Days’ sister imprint No Bad Edits comes from Montréal upstart Unknown Mobile, who first caught our ear with a lovely debut on ASL Singles Club. Here, he looks to the 1980s for inspiration, channeling that decade’s confidence and colour with three shimmering reworks. The A-side’s “Dream State” matches its namesake, evoking a busy Fourth World market scene, with pipes, bells and flutes chiming away in happy harmony.
Unknown Mobile - No Motion EP
Unknown Mobile
No Motion EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (ASL Singles Club)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Interior Groove traveler, and recent resident of Canada’s “Left Coast”, Unknown Mobile has honoured us the privilege to issue his first 12-inch record. The three cuts hike through rolling levels of melodic foley and pensive oral snippets, laid over tough low-end and resonant harmonies. Percussion is sparse yet carefully woven around patterns that wash in & out. While “No Motion” and “Rhododendron”induce a state of calming limbo,“Mantra” offers a celebration of dance.
Unknown Mobile - Mixed Use EP
Unknown Mobile
Mixed Use EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Young Adults)
12,98 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Unknown Mobile has quietly carved out a place for himself in the ever-evolving Vancouver beat camp among contemporaries like Mood Hut, 1080p and Project Pablo. Last year's 'No Motion' 12 on A/S/L Singles Club was Levi Bruce's dreamy introduction to most, and 2017 finds him stretching out a bit to further expand his palate of rhythms and textures across the five track 'Mixed Use' EP for Young Adults.'Four Sided Pebble' is a breezy bouncer woven with tickled keys, raw bass and a seamlessly organic live feel throughout. 'Shoreline Dub' pulses in stuttered syncopation, but keeps its sights set on the dusk dusted horizon with delayed rhodes chords and ocean swells. 'Country Side' is a total mind-melt, a pastoral graze through mazes of circuit board crop circles. 'The Juggler' churns a buttery 4/4 beat in an echo chamber, while 'Proteus 216' dims the lights on its way out to an interstellar communications convention.
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