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Faze Miyake - Faze Miyake
Faze Miyake
Faze Miyake
2LP | 2015 | UK | Original (Rinse)
20,79 €* 25,99 € -20%
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Rinse are proud to present the debut full-length album by London producer Faze Miyake. Four years since the firey swagger of his debut single ‘Take Off’ and its follow-up Second Six exploded onto dancefloors, Faze Miyake is a definitive and thrilling realisation of his signature sound. A sharp, vividly rendered club record, it casts his characteristic sonic traits in shocking hi-def, with disorienting hi-hat whirls and string stabs steeped in ever-present, body-shuddering sub-bass - a dazzling, dreamlike vision of 21st century sound system music.
DarkO - Solace
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Rinse)
11,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Dark0, an artist well-versed in the art of producing grand and cinematic, melody-laced beats, debuts for Rinse with both acclaim and crucially, momentum. First fully recognised by his self-released “ZERO” mixtape and a sparkling debut for Visionist’s vital Lost Codes imprint back in 2014, his work is a testament to focused, self-fulfilling vision and the contexts within which he hopes it be judged. Although the music still fits best within the blurry, ever-changing world of instrumental grime, his approach to sampling, melody, texture and composition set him apart from his contemporaries. In short, he’s an artist operating firmly in his own space. ‘Solace’ itself, a five track ode to a multitude of themes - beauty, heartbreak, love, anguish - is a gorgeous introduction to his producer mindset. Melodies shimmer, pitched-up vocals glisten and 808 licks add power and bite in a shiny, picture-book world of an EP. The dreamy, thugged-out heartache on lush opener ‘Abrasion’ is a nod to tracks like the cult ‘Sweet Boy Pose, while the thinly-veiled bounce and playful melodies on ‘Fuchsia’ are attune to richer, more measured sound design - the sort that could comfortably provide a foil for the next generation of US rappers. The markedly robust ‘Spiral’ sees Dark0 make a fleeting return to his grime-centric roots with gritty kicks and razor sharp claps offset by a succession of sweet, swirling melodies in a marriage of rough and smooth, while the stunning, buoyant calm of ‘The Past’ draws Solace to a close in a fitting, self-reflective mood. There is also room for US rap producer starlet Suicideyear to turn a dark, sorcerous hand to ‘Abrasion’, reversing the melodies and flipping the bassline to prove just how fluid and multi-contextual Dark0’s sound really is.
XXXY - Never Enough
Never Enough
12" | 2014 | UK | Original (Rinse)
4,99 €* 10,99 € -54%
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
‘Never Enough’ builds from a minimalist, dubbed-out opening into a streamlined, acid-flecked house rhythm, whose central bass motif springs wildly around the mix like a rubber ball. ‘No More’ drops listeners and DJs right into the action from the beginning, coasting upward upon a deliriously catchy three-note organ motif that feels like being thrust into the middle of a peak-time club set. It crescendos with a huge, reverberant breakdown, before a shower of melodic fragments rain down like shards of shattered glass, sending the track into joyful overdrive.
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