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Ptaki - Kalina EP
Ptaki
Kalina EP
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Young Adults)
10,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ptaki's tunes soar wide-winged like their translation (bird) infers. With a breakout single under their belts on the Very Polish Cut-Outs "Krystina" and a swirling vapour of mystique surrounding them, the duo present their first full 12" of original material which is both contemplative and transfixing. The Kalina EP on Young Adults Recordings clocks in around 25 minutes, but the ground it covers cannot be clearly conveyed through conventional cartography - a birdseye view of jagged cliffs, coastal haze, rolling bagpipe hillsides, and smoke signals.
Richu M - Donor Goes To Hawaii
Richu M
Donor Goes To Hawaii
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Young Adults)
12,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Young Adults return to the fold with another gem from the Polish underground.Having bubbled up in the Polo House scene for the last couple years, 2017 finds Richu M stepping into the forefront for his debut outing 'Donor Goes To Hawaii'. Rhythm-centric, but varied in approach, the 6-tracker traverses swirling techno, heady thumpers, muddy beatscapes and throwback boom bap. Simultaneously airy and off-kilter, the release shows a breadth of approach that is not easily pigeonholed, but feels vaguely familiar.Opener 'Round' soundtracks a laser tag pursuit scene with swayed synths, chattering percussion, and pitch-shift vocal echoes. The title track 'Donor Goes To Hawaii' takes a Dilla bounce kit to the beach and gets the vibraphone and organ all sandy. Jazzy piano loops and squelchy synths stack wobbly layers high like Jenga blocks on 'Aquarian Mummies'.'Pistaccio' gets subterranean with infectious skittered patterning and a proper bump to boot. Picking up the pace, 'Melting Dolphins' is a funky floor filler. Finale 'Landskates' blisses out with floating pads and a meditative drumroll.
Unknown Mobile - Mixed Use EP
Unknown Mobile
Mixed Use EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Young Adults)
12,33 €* 12,98 € -5%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Unknown Mobile has quietly carved out a place for himself in the ever-evolving Vancouver beat camp among contemporaries like Mood Hut, 1080p and Project Pablo. Last year's 'No Motion' 12 on A/S/L Singles Club was Levi Bruce's dreamy introduction to most, and 2017 finds him stretching out a bit to further expand his palate of rhythms and textures across the five track 'Mixed Use' EP for Young Adults.'Four Sided Pebble' is a breezy bouncer woven with tickled keys, raw bass and a seamlessly organic live feel throughout. 'Shoreline Dub' pulses in stuttered syncopation, but keeps its sights set on the dusk dusted horizon with delayed rhodes chords and ocean swells. 'Country Side' is a total mind-melt, a pastoral graze through mazes of circuit board crop circles. 'The Juggler' churns a buttery 4/4 beat in an echo chamber, while 'Proteus 216' dims the lights on its way out to an interstellar communications convention.
Daniel T. - Tetrachromat
Daniel T.
Tetrachromat
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Young Adults)
9,59 €* 11,99 € -20%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Daniel.T. has been subtly making waves over the past few years as one half of the LA duo Cosmic Kids with releases on labels including Throne Of Blood, Let's Play House and DFA. A record collector and selector at heart, 2015 has seen him flesh out his solo productions with world-leaning contributions to Chit Chat's Brazilian tinged 12 and American Standard's African summer stunner. Young Adults brings Daniel into the fold for his debut Tetrachromat mini-LP spanning a sprawling spectrum of sounds, but unified by a signature West-Coast sheen. Opener 'Mission Hill Morning' stretches its arms in the early AM mist, 'Tetrachromat' jogs steadily toward the horizon and 'Planetesimal' accelerates the MPH in the drop top down PCH. On the flip, 'Laced' takes a smoke break down a dusty dirt road, 'Akoussah' sprinkles some sultry spice and 'The Sun & The Sky' sits back while the sea sips up the last remaining daylight.
Mermaids - Handsome Stranger EP
Mermaids
Handsome Stranger EP
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Young Adults)
9,34 €* 10,99 € -15%
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Glasgow based MermaidS have been quietly making waves since 2011 with an infectious blend of choppy edit-style punchers and slow morphing body music. The duo have already had releases on their own eponymous imprint as well as Nonlocal out of Canada, but made their biggest splash on Ali Ooft's recent FOTO Recordings' sampler EP Four's A Crowd. Their contribution "Run With The Night" easily stole the show on the release and made its way into many well respected record bags including Roberto Rodriguez, Ben La Desh, Andy Ash, Martin Hayes of Rose Records and the always on point Sleazy Beats gents. The tides are steadily turning in their favour and have carried them to Young Adults for their finest material yet.
Ben La Desh - Wondering What We Are
Ben La Desh
Wondering What We Are
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Young Adults)
11,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ben La Desh may hover above radars despite his extensive back catalog for the likes of Sleazy Beats/Black Ops, Dirt Crew, Outernational and a recent contribution to the Young Adults House Slippers compilation. One of the unsung modern forefathers of gradient chug, the Rotterdam native has carved out a niche for engulfing body movers that organically unfold like subtle origami. Wondering What We Are explores the ever expanding spectrum of the Ben La Desh aesthetic in a compact 4-track capsule.'Afrodesia' soundtracks a high speed chase through tropical back roads with swirling synths and pulsing drops. 'Your Love' has a slinky half-tempo bounce that skates along an infectious horn loop and vocal refrain.'We Are' finds La Desh in his signature groove wheelhouse - buttery builds and smoothed-out repetition. 'Why Don’t You' may very well be his deepest moment yet, a driving baseline is lathered with clattering percussion and sultry female croons to devilishly sinister effect.
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