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Rabit - Sun Dragons EP
Sun Dragons EP
12" | 2014 | UK | Original (Soundman Chronicles)
9,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
In a step away, sonically, to what has come before on Soundman Chronicles, but maintaining a mandate for innovative beats, the label welcomes the enigmatic sounds of Texan producer, Rabit, for the mini-milestone of their 5th release. Rabit should need little introduction by this stage, having captured imaginations worldwide with his deconstructed, otherworldly take on instrumental grime.

The four track EP works with a palette of chopped vocals, icy fragments of eski synths, rude squarewave bass and jagged percussion, contorting each component into brilliantly original, sparse and hard- hitting compositions. The release is due to land on a hand-stamped 12"
white label this November.
Rabit - Life After Death
Life After Death
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Halcyon Veil)
15,74 €* 20,99 € -25%
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.
Rabit - Les Fleurs Du Mal
Les Fleurs Du Mal
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Halcyon Veil)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Les Fleurs Dul Mal is the absorbingly grotesque sophomore album by pioneering artist, DJ and label owner Eric C. Burton aka Rabit, who, along with regular collaborators such as Chino Amobi (NON) and Elysia Crampton, is in part responsible for defining the contemporary conflux of avant club, folk and noise musics.
On his follow-up to Communion [Tri Angle, 2015], Rabit indulges his fascinations with psychedelic themes in an ambitious attempt to locate his sense of self amid increasingly chaotic environments. The result is a personal milestone for the artist; a riveting tableaux of hyper sensual texture, colour and melody forming a densely detailed and layered prism to best peer upon the abyss between his reality, your own, and our shared consensual hallucination.
In aesthetic and intent, Rabit boldly embraces the vacuum left by the late, great Coil; realising a genre-agnostic consolidation of folk, new age, drone and noise tropes transcended thru acousmatic processing and modular synthesis, in this case fittingly provided by erstwhile Coil member Drew McDowell. In the process he potentially triangulates Les Fleurs Dul Mal with records by fellow Coil fiends, Elysia Crampton’s Demon City and Chino Amobi’s Paradiso, who all essentially project bold, new, independent worlds unto themselves which find common links in Coil’s canon.
Unfolding in 12 movements like some future classical tragedy, Rabit gestures his sounds with a remarkable freedom of rhythmic meter and freehand strokes that belies its meticulous construction below the surface. Cecilia’s vocals and the sharp strings of opener Possessed suggest the spirit of Baudelaire’s text heard at street level, while the dissonant stress of Bleached World - a secret weapon ’til now - expresses a beautifully bittersweet anguish, and the recursive curdle of Ontological Graffiti catches in the throat with uncannily emotive effect. The Whole Bag locates his firmest dembow rhythms, but buried under collapsing sidereal pressure, and Cecelia’s return in closer Elevation perfectly emulates something like a new age tristesse, which defines the record’s humanity in the face of such uncompromising synthetic sensations..
Rabit - Communion
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