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Tecwaa - Ci / Xentaeh
Ci / Xentaeh
7" | 2019 | EU | Original (Hoga Nord)
10,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
UK based Tecwaas background is in the early Yorkshire rave scene, which makes you understand his music on a deeper level. His tasteful turning of knobs on the Roland 303 takes you back to in time to an early morning somewhere round 1990 with a diesel generator pushed to the limit roaring somewhere in the background. But Tecwaas music is a lot more than a trip in time: the sound is modern and extremely well produced where the few but exquisite sounds hook in to each other naturally and creates a round solid groove.
Tecwaa - The Last Hour EP Charles Manier Remix
The Last Hour EP Charles Manier Remix
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Frigio)
10,19 €* 11,99 € -15%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Frigio consistently plumb the depths of electronics to find new material, and this time the Madrid imprint has unearthed, in the murky currents, a real gem. Tecwaa is the solo project of York based producer Paul Fawcett, a musician who discovered his sound in the British warehouse parties of the early nineties and went on to nurture it with movie scores, Detroit techno and homegrown electronica. His debut brings together three pieces of original machine music alongside a very special remix. The menacing “The Eighth Circuit” broods into being. Looming synthwork is further darkened by distant vocals, house percussion keeping time in this sinister opener. “Mantra & Machine” has similar attributes. Adopting clean rhythms, the track refuses to sit comfortably in any genre pigeonhole as Tecwaa weaves a work of cerebral depth. Charles Manier introduces the flip with his take on “Fervour”, Tadd Mullinix returning to Frigio for the first time since his superb remix as JTC of Juanpablo’s “Dream” in 2010. A funk laden work of hip hop breaks and industrial distortion where Manier explores blackened moods and horrorshow grooves. The original of “Fervour” closes, showing another side of Fawcett’s style, BPMs drop as foundations are laid bare in this stark conclusion.
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