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H4L - Four Lights EP
Four Lights EP
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Astray)
11,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
This release is on 180g vinyl. Reminiscent of the infamous quote “There are four lights", the release kicks off with an homage to the will of resistance. From Captain Picard to Orwell – may the (referential) chain of command is not as evident as H4L’s sci-fi passion, the title track’s power structure couldn’t be wielded more efficiently.
H4L - Wild Hunt EP
Wild Hunt EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Astray)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Astray is the Sublabel of Away, Berlin. Tracklist A Wild Hunt AA Sahara Pump Theory B Wild Hunt (Mark Broom Remix) BB Hell For Leather INFO H4L After Discrete Circuit kicked off ASTRAY, another offshoot of the Berlin party series AWAY, the other half of their joint venture AWAY Soundsystem is in charge for ASTRAY's third installment. H4L, the Berlin-based live studio project, explores some tougher, jam-driven experiments resonating from two decades of warehouse reverberation experience. INFO Wild Hunt EP The title track starts off the release with a dusty, stripped-down pursuit. Marching forward with impelling kick drums, H4L creates an overall organic groove incorporating percussive, distorted sound particles, glancing up in and out of the mix like misty voices. "Sahara Pump Theory" follows a more robust approach driven by vivid stab sequences and gnarly acidic bass elaborating a vibrant exchange of flow and energy. One of these unfolding weapons that know how to tickle that genuine peak-time madness. Speaking of weapons, UK producer Mark Broom is no stranger to that discipline after hitting dance floors with his ensouled workouts for more than two decades now. Following his old-school compass by calibrating the essentials of groove and melody, Broom's remix of "Wild Hunt" throws the originals' core parts overboard to empower his highly effective hi-hats as the driving force rocketing into a distant atmosphere. "Hell For Leather" tops off H4L's package with an unexpected hit-and-run sonic attack. Whether the competing broken and off beats, the IDM rooted drum patterns or the leftfield yet industrial jazz design - this reckless trip is by no means an easy finish, more like a feral crash course about an (almost) forgotten principle: electronic music is either an adventure or nothing at all.
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