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2LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Halcyon Veil)
29,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A download code is included. IVVVO mounts an ambitious debut album for Rabit’s Halcyon Veil with ‘doG’, a 2LP of synth-driven panoramas painted in neon, riddled with rave tropes and rendered in hyperrealist, cinematic sound design.
Rabit - Life After Death
Life After Death
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Halcyon Veil)
20,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Rabit resets his sound in kaleidoscopic, cinematic dimensions on ‘Life After Death’, an absorbingly psychedelic, pop-wise and fractally refined follow-up to his trio of boundary-pushing albums that bridged the gaps between DJ Screw and Coil, grime and the GRM. Divined and constructed over the last two years between studios in Houston, TX and Paris, France, ‘Life After Death’ is Eric C. Burton a.k.a. Rabit’s most concerted effort at working deeper into the cracks between genres, so deep in fact that stylistic taxonomy becomes obsolete and sonic alchemy is now firmly the aim of the game. Across its 12 tracks Rabit essentially offers himself as a conductive vessel between dreams and machines, a kind of dark interpreter and interlocutor between metaphysical spirits and the material world.
IVVVO - Good, Bad, Baby, Horny
Good, Bad, Baby, Horny
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Halcyon Veil)
12,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
On his thrilling, wide-eyed debut for Rabit’s Halcyon Veil, London-based IVVVO gets deep under the hood of rave music’s emotive mechanics and reasserts his crucial role in the borderland between lonely bedrooms and heaving clubs.

Good, Bad, Baby, Horny is a distressing but necessary distillation of contemporary worries in the bedroom and the dance. Largely shy of beats but heavy on symbolic, contorted references to ‘90s and ’00s pop, rave, and video games, as much as the current ecology of effluent news feeds and rampant social anxiety, it plays out like a frazzled AI attempting to parse the confusion of memory thru state of infinitely up-to-the-second hyperreality.

Its four tracks fuse visceral and highly visual sonic cues in synaesthetic rushes that mirror our sense of physicality within the framework of daily digital experience; somehow isolating the
motion sick feeling of hurtling toward a shared endgame with life flashing before our eyes, whilst simultaneously remaining static at the centre of a rave and resisting the perceived tempo of

Scaling from the intensely queasy sensuality of the title track’s gasps and deathly synth drop, thru the the sky-kissing guitar licks off Self Rape, to the frozen Eski shoegaze burn of I Fucked It Up and an elusive glimpse of ecstasy in Tongue Kiss Crying, the mood is perpetually high-strung yet melancholic, violent yet compassionate, perhaps best considered in terms of MDMA as a bitter salt or prism for reflective, therapeutic purposes.

It’s definitely Ivo Pacheco’s strongest work yet, and a hugely timely dispatch from one of rave’s visionary contemporary se’ers.
Why Be - Snipestreet
Why Be
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Halcyon Veil)
9,34 €* 10,99 € -15%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Rabit’s Halycon Veil label swerves left with a freakish 2nd release coming from the Korean-born, Danish-raised Why Be - a member of DJ Hvad’s Syg Nok squad, Janus regular and contributor of Total Freedom’s ‘Blasting Voices’ compilation.

Equal measures grime, bumpy techno and internet-world electronics tot up to a frictional but fluid batch tripping across imagined ‘floor-spaces and the stranger black holes between their cracks.
‘Heroin Hat’ crosses wires between ersatz Afro melodies and sublow techno with the playful dexterity of Physical Therapy whereas the massive blackened mass of ‘Whalin (Kyselina OST)’ proves an impressive aptitude for beat-less, abstract sound design on a majestic, show-stopping scale.

Back to the ‘floor on the B-side, he glances askew at ballroom house from the midst of a gif-like loop vortex with ‘Deeq’ and its b*tch-slapping, c*nty counterpart ‘Late (Laser Ha)’ throwing down limb-synched edits for the voguers.
Very safe to say: if you’re into Physical Therapy, Total Freedom or Rabit - this 12” is a strong look.
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