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Body-San - Pacific Reasons EP
Pacific Reasons EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Lo Recordings)
8,79 €* 10,99 € -20%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After the release of his beautifully put together album ‘Shining The Money Ball’ via Vancouver’s 1080p earlier last year (which will see a limited vinyl release on Lo Recordings later this year), as well as having music released through 100% Silk, Body-San joins the Lo family with ‘Pacific Reasons EP’.

Having been a part of the new wave of house music to emerge over the past few years from the West Coast of America and Canada, Body-San delivers music with a rich sense of depth, emotive precision and concise instrumentation throughout.

Brandon Knocke (in his own apt description) offers three ‘coastal burners’ through ‘Pacific Reasons’, with the addition of the majestic interlude ‘Liquid Entrance’.

‘Topaz Chalice’ sets us off with the sunset, created through comforting yet strangely ominous chords and vocal melody lines. The track slowly evolves with small percussive flurries, beautiful chord and melody progressions and a smooth, sliding bass line. As pleasant and calming as ‘Topaz Chalice’ is, we still feel the full force of Knocke’s thumping kick, making it as viable for the dance as it is for the cans.

Following on in the same sun-kissed vein is ‘Central Casting’ where the pace picks up, driven with skittering percussion and a broken arpeggiated sub line. Choral pads and airy synth flourishes finish of the A-side.

Title track ‘Pacific Reasons’ brings a deeper side to the release, an offering for the sunrise crew. Where the drums and percussion were of more prominence in the A-side, we see them act as the buried motor that carries these luscious atmospheres as we drift off into the early hours of the morning.

While combining brilliantly crafted synthetic sound design (to mimic the sounds of the moving tide), inquisitive, ascending melody work echoing and bouncing over layered heart beats with ticking percussion, Knocke brings the EP to a reflective close in ‘Liquid Entrance’.
SMBD (Simbad) - Messages 045 EP
SMBD (Simbad)
Messages 045 EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Lo Recordings)
9,89 €* 10,99 € -10%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Simbad is by no means a newcomer, and has built his rep-utation with over a decades worth of releases. Besides his close affiliation with Brownswood Recordings / Worldwide FM, he’s had production credits on releases by Mala, Daymé Arocena and Robert Owens, and remixed the likes of Black Jazz Consortium, Quantic and Roy Ayers to name but a few.

For this release, Simbad once again proves his bold and versatile productions skills. Continuing where his previous solo releases left off, he returns to his roots to further his journey exploring house music in all its richness and diversity under his new moniker SMBD.

With references of classic techno, house, and broken beat, the end result is fresh and inspiring. ‘Message 045’ is just that, a comment on today’s world tinted with the sound of an uncertain, technological future and held together with innocent melodies, bubbling synths, rolling basslines and driving percussion. Shimmering pads and punching drums carry both ‘Ping Pong Love’ and ‘Backstreet’, ready for the dance floor. Title track ‘Message 045’ takes a beatless, contemplative approach; dreamy, euphoric instrumenta-tion aided with dialogue that captures the essence of the release.

Newcomer World Air offers his charmingly unconventional approach to ‘Ping Pong Love’; a mesmerizing and inventive piece that takes the listener on a trip to a brave new sonic world.
Watch this space for World Air’s debut release soon..
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