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V.V.A.A - Raval Rave Breakers Part 2
Raval Rave Breakers Part 2
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Struments)
10,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The second Raval Rave Breakers instalment continues with another strong five tracker. A Swiss knife where different sides of electro manage to coexist in blissful harmony. Some of them do so in a clean and classic way, like Dark Vektor's "Time Space Rhythm & Bass". A small 80s odyssey that fondly reminds of a certain quartet of well-known robots. Some others take a a more raw and contemporary approach, like Spoiled Drama (Nous, Fleisch), who plays the aches-and-pains card in a glorious way: "Drama's Welcome To The Synthesized Pain Society" goes straight to your cortex and it won't be easy to forget. Univac (Bunker, Moustache) sits in a more middle ground, bringing us "Collider": a powerful electro-techno track that will uplift any possible dancefloor. Larry McCormick, head honcho of the renowned label Monoton, signs as his usual alias Exzakt, but now gets accompanied by the mysterious BFX. Their track "Close" is a as perfect as it could be: a pure, raw, super intense breaker electro rhythm, a ratchety lead, a couple arps, a distorted vocal and a tremendous sub that, even at low volumes, it might be heard even from the Mariana's Trench. Closing the EP, Eel travels back to the more lo-fi side of the genre with "Sich Kreuzende Linien", an eerie and hypnotic track which surrenders to an absolute jackhammer of a rhythm section.
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Struments)
9,34 €* 10,99 € -15%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The free will of Struments has led them to concentrate in one 12inch the encyclopedic knowledge of Marc Pinol, a duo of kids that present themselves as T.A.L., and the responsible for all that, Spastor, that appears in a remix signed by Florian Kupfer. Lliure Albir sounds as if Pinol was dazzled by the light of a lantern in a chill out while Paranoid London resound in the next room. In his remix, Palms Trax bet on tom toms and certain tribal groove, adding soft eighties keyboards, deep atmosphere, speeches and dub deliriums that perfectly fit in the freak universe of Pinol. Florian Kupfer remix made of Spastor's Death In La Paz: a hit made in the German musician style whose groove is created by a fold in the sound and the apparent imbalance it has with the bass drum. If after this dawn breaks, it will not be small thing. T.A.L. are guided by a retro-spatial pulse to open a fan of sounds that expands and contracts threateningly, and delicately form what looks like an EBM hit stripped of the hammers.
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