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Forever - In Your Own Time
In Your Own Time
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Grade 10)
12,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
For his first EP in two years, and second release on Leicester's Grade 10, Forever returns with a six track exploration of hazy, dub-inflected sounds entitled 'In Your Own Time'.
On the A-side, the tense atmospherics of 'Depth Charge' give way to the sun-kissed chords and dancehall-esque rhythms of 'Watch This', finally being rounded off with the record's title track - a sub-driven 7 and a half minute roller, where percussive patterns and dusty chords drift and weave amongst each other.
Side B continues on to more dub-leaning tracks, with 'Alpine' picking up the pace and echoing pulsing synths in to the abyss, followed by a drugged out 'Opioid mix' of the title track - a drum and bass combo sat somewhere between Memphis rap and classic soundsystem rumblers. Closing out the record is 'UR', plunging in to the depths with sonar-like samples and echoing vocals like ghosts trapped in the machines.'
Forever - Hymn EP
Hymn EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Coyote)
11,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Having first linked up with London-based Coyote Records in early 2015, Grade 10's Forever
returns to the label proper for his first full EP project, 'Hymn' which explores the myriad sounds,
layers and textures that have come to define his music. The delicate, slow-burning cinema of
widescreen opener 'Gweilo', the shadowy eeriness of 'Hymn' and the crunchy, industrial club
heat of 'Swamped' each point to different reference points, but all feel interlinked by Forever's
grip on atmosphere and tone. Coyote label mate, Chemist - also one third of Planet Mu trio, Silk
Road Assassins - also turns in a booming edit of 'Hymn', complete with re-booted, icy melodies
that fire off like shards of glass, and rude, 808 patterns that nod to his work with SRA.
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