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Tapan - Tarantella
Tapan
Tarantella
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Malka Tuti)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Coming from the steaming underground scene of Belgrade, brushed with dark abstract, yet romantic ideas of space and ambience, Tapan presernt their first EP with the ever growing family of Malka Tuti. Tapans dark atmospheric industrial sound, infused with balkan or even middle-eastern percussions sits perfect with the Malka Tuti soundscape. Following their acclaimed releases on Crimes of The Future and WT Recordings, Tapan present us with Tarantella and Poison High, two slow chugging and very atmospheric, somewhat melancholic tunes for the late hours. On the remix Black Merlin delivers a great pushing forward slow dub-trance tun, driven by a massive bassline...
Tapan - The City
Tapan
The City
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (WT Records)
13,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
TAPAN is a duo from Belgrade. Title track, “The City”, takes few minutes to get going, but when it does… its like a James Chance/no wave saxophone on some kind of funky slo mo euro techno. The other 3 tracks drift in and out like some kind of night time fog on a glassy lake with live instruments/percussion peeping out from the hills. For deep and moody waistoids and freaks only.
Tapan - Volumes
Tapan
Volumes
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Crimes Of The Future)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Tapan are from Belgrade, hosts to Disco not disco and now delivering two slow psychedelic techno bomb's to crimes of the future's letterbox. We first met Nebjosa and the crew when we played at Drug Store in Belgrade for them in early 2014. Upon receiving these we knew they had crimes written all over them. On Volumes we have two very special remixes of an already heavy original starting with Willie Burns taking them into the streets of Manchester in the early 90's and spending a night on at the Hacienda with no thought of the gentrification approaching. Drvcvltvre is the second provider and in true style switches out the lights and a spectre looms over the dancefloor dripping acid on the dancers below. The EP closes with Who's there? featuring the brain melting guitars of Vladimir Djordjevic. Quite a debut we think.
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