Here’s a track for the real clubs. Nothing to cater to the short attention span of the mainstream festival goers. Thankfully. It just rolls and rolls and rolls and oh my god I am so happy it stays on course.
The components in this minimal creation is just so perfectly honed to each other, they create one unison structure, all moving in the same direction. It’s like the most beautiful mechanical subsea creature you can imagine.
This is why you can take the man out of the club but you can’t take the club out of the man. It’s tracks like this that is to blame for all that. Continue reading Garibe, “Cavas”: Come roll with me
Interesting debut track: It gets to the peak right at the very beginning, from then on it just winds down and goes deeper, to end in a calm and quiet way. Kinda weird, but it totally works! Continue reading Widerberg – “Tears Of Dog”: So short it almost works as a teaser for what to come
Sometimes I worry if I’ve started to forget what I originally did set out to do with this blog: Cover the new undiscovered underground acts, with emphasis on underground.
I now correct my course with a track that’s underground enough to wave the mainstream crowd away at the door, and with a groove that I really want to dive into and just stay there. For hours and hours. Heck, give me a couple of days while we’re at it. Continue reading Meti, “Tomorrow In Berlin”: He may be!