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V.A. - Opium Of The People
Opium Of The People
2LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Le Temps Perdu)
21,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
It wouldn’t be an overstatement to say that Opium is currently the most talked about club North of Berlin. Vilnius based spot has built its reputation slowly but surely to become one of the brightest lights in the night sky of Europe. The club has earned the admiration of local crowd, loyalty of visiting artists and respect of industry insiders by nurturing unique local talent, bringing cutting edge House & Techno acts on a weekly bases, building a devoted community and rocking the parties of the highest intensity and unprecedented intimacy.
Pletnev - Voranto Bros Discodromo & Lion's Drums Remixes
Voranto Bros Discodromo & Lion's Drums Remixes
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Le Temps Perdu)
9,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Alexander Pletnev started an entirely new journey under his own name two years ago. Release after release on forward thinking and respected labels like Media Fury, KUMP, Fleeting Wax, SZE and Hard Fist, he has built a solid discography of incredible diversity - from percussive DJ tools to viscous synthetic EBM to dreamy weirdness. His latest EP titled Voranto Bros is a long awaited return to Le Temps Perdu and the prime example of refined musical storytelling. Title track is a cinematic tale, a sound novel about two migrant brothers hitting the shores of USA in the dawn of XXth century to became vicious gangsters, broken souls ruling the night of NYC. Dusty tape hiss, off kilter percussions and melodies all alternate to later sink under the weight of heavy drums. While Hope They Wont Come Back is a severe instrumental ballad with low drums, talking bass lines and noisy guitar riffs - five minutes inside confused man’s mind.
Statue - Solidify Zombies In Miami & Christian S Remixes
Solidify Zombies In Miami & Christian S Remixes
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Le Temps Perdu)
9,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Statue is a mysterious percussion-based structure erected by Tom Gould. With origins behind a drum kit laying down the foundations in cult Melbourne bands No Zu and World’s End Press, Statue has become an evolving stand-alone project.
V - La Nouvelle Epoque
La Nouvelle Epoque
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Le Temps Perdu)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The ‘industry' of dance music can be as soul-crushing as any other. Those thrills and spills of late, loud nights come with a best-before expiry date, after which even the most seasoned selector-producer-scenemaker begins to wrinkle their nose. To have experienced it all over 15+ years and seek to see it unfold again through fresh eyes, what sort of lunatic would willingly put themselves through that? V would. So it's a new character, but who was the mysterious V in a past life? Make your own conclusions. A little digging will lead you toward the origin story, but sometimes the pleasure comes from the unknowing. Opt to enjoy the Silence. Silence, however, is not the focal point for V. In fact, this new form is a way to discard baggage and revitalise the process of music making. Tremors had become to show up in recent years on record labels in Glasgow and London, flickers of subterranean volcanic activity. Yet what proved to be rising was no big bang, nor even a phoenix from the ashes - but closer perhaps to a Nautilus. A relic by some standards but a pretty point of curiosity to others, slowly bobbing to the surface. Something ever-present and familiar to thousands, yet with mysteries left to be revealed. But hey - what does V stand for anyhow? For Vilnius? By origin and by where the heart lies, yes, although V for Vedett is also an acceptable answer given the artist's transposed second home of Belgium; so too is V for Volkswagen, given the production work put in around Frankfurt as of late. For Vendetta? Too strong, although V does bear a grudge match against hobbyists and dilettantes. If you're going to be a new name in town, you may as well be a new name in town with years of hidden history, right? For Vishnu? Perhaps this is the one.
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