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Ali Berger - Raise / Anxiety
Ali Berger
Raise / Anxiety
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Southern Belle)
9,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A meditation on the current political climate in the United States, “Raise” sits somewhere between 90s techno, NY house, and the hybridized warehouse bangers of the future. Urgent vocals call out to “raise your voice and speak” while hard-hitting drums, booming bass, and an elastic acid line coincide to illustrate the paramount importance of addressing societal complexities and working to enact tangible change. Plus it bangs.
Ali Berger - Sump Pump
Ali Berger
Sump Pump
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Spectral Sound)
10,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Since completing his two-decade-long hip-hop trilogy as Dabrye in 2018, Ann Arbor-based artist and Bopside label head Tadd Mullinix has engaged his arsenal of aliases with renewed heat. First came the debut of X-Altera, a new project flexing a wildstyle hybrid of drum & bass and deep techno. Now, he returns to James T. Cotton, a moniker which dates back as far as Dabrye and helped define Spectral Sound, the dance imprint of Ghostly International. While historically tagged as Mullinix’s acid house alias, JTC has always expressed with a more pliable sense of genre, freely fusing an eclectic blend of classic electronic sounds; helpings of Chicago acid, Belgian New Beat, and the leftfield techno stylings popularized both in Berlin and Detroit. With Indigo, Flesh and Fire, Mullinix moves closer to the latter city, adopting a bright, optimistic tone informed by minimalism and futurism.
Ali Berger - Keys The Door EP 1
Ali Berger
Keys The Door EP 1
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (FCR)
8,79 €* 10,99 € -20%
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Detroit’s Ali Berger joins up with FatCat Records’ sub-label FCR to release four acid-tinged cuts entitled ‘Keys The Door EP1’.
Michigan’s Ali Berger has been making music for nearly ten years now and was first introduced to house and techno in 2012 through a party at New York’s Dope Jams. Later that year he went on to release his debut EP on Militant Science and has since gone on release music via Clave House, Isaiah Tapes and Firm Tracks. Ali represents a new wave of producers coming through the US scene earning him regular slots at venues across the country. His ‘Keys The Door EP1’ sees him join Brighton’s FatCat sub-label FCR which launched with two releases from Cottam, in addition to records from DJJ and Project 223.
Ali uses mostly hardware from the 90s and early 2000s to make his music and the stripped back nature of production is a constant feature throughout the EP. ‘Badlands’ opens things up with a chugged out groove immersed with weaving 303s and eccentric modulations before rhythmic synth stabs, angelic leads and delicate chords take the focus in ‘Love In This Box’.
‘Secrets’ maintains the attractive atmosphere through a lusciously deep bassline, a haunting acid line and inviting oscillations until ‘Sleeves’ finishes things off with a raw drum sequence, illustrious melodies and alleviating pads in the second half.
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