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K-Hand - Project 5 EP
Project 5 EP
12" | 1997 | US | Reissue (Acacia)
13,99 €*
Release:1997 / US – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
'The ''Project 5 EP'' is an absolutely critical piece of underground House from Kelli Hand, The undisputed ''first lady'' of Detroit House / Techno.'' Re-pressed and re-mastered in conjunction with Kelli Hand and with the original Acacia Records artwork intact, this is an unmissable re-release of a record that has stood the test of time and will continue to rock dance-floors well into the future. ''Music from a well known place to an unknown destination.
K-Hand - Project 6 EP
Project 6 EP
12" | 2016 | US | Original (Acacia)
12,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Following two impressive outings in 2015 on Nina Kraviz endearing трип label, K-Hand returns home to her own Acacia Records label for the Project 6 EP. The release opens with a grimy, ever-evolving techno-acid number first debuted in K-Hand's Boiler Room Detroit set, receiving massive track ID requests — hence the name "Boiler Room Teaser." Not merely inter webs tested and approved, it's also a proven standout track during her DJ sets around the world, like at Concrete in Paris. Shifting gears on "You Stepped Right," K-Hand delivers a catchy, cutup disco ear worm with more great energy, albeit of a different kind. Book-ending the release is the infectious groove driven "Live," a no-nonsense, chuggy house track with major tech appeal and intense buildups of looped, atmospheric sounds. Big, bold, and unrelenting!
K-Hand - Intuition EP
Intuition EP
12" | 2015 | US | Original (Acacia)
8,24 €* 10,99 € -25%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
New music from K-HAND, the First Lady of Detroit techno, is always a welcome sight, especially when it's on her own highly regarded Acacia label. Before diving fully into the new material, a remix of her familiar classic "Everybody" welcomes listeners to the Intuition EP. TomMy Largo takes it on, paying a lot of respect to the 1993 original in keeping much of its sharp edges intact, but he breathes new life into it using filters and chops to break up its predecessor's relentlessness and deliver something more dynamic, if only slightly, for the modern audience. "Intuition" follows, creating an infectious techno groove out of pulsating synth notes and an underlying bass sequence, both accented by a latin hand percussion swing, but with sounds teased out of machines. The rhythmic base is topped off with urgent and undulating synths of a modular feel as different effects crash in and out, ultimately climaxing in regal chords. "Calling" rounds things out in a menacing slab of techno. It starts with just a kick before layering on harder and harder elements as it builds with industrial scale distortion, delay, and reverb. Fitting right in with the rest of the release, it's a real run away train of sound.
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