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Kultura Zvuka #002
Cat: KULTURA 002. Rel: 18 Nov 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Bodin & Jacob - "Sloushnash" (7:06)
  2. Alec Falconer & Kizoku - "Ricard Refreshmen" (7:05)
  3. Bejenec - "I Don't Do Festivals But" (6:20)
  4. Sasha Zlykh - "Thugged Out Pissed Off" (8:03)
Review: For the sophomore release on Ukraine's Kultura Zvuka, we have a right bunch of heavy hitters representing the global minimal tech house scene on the A side, with Traffic head honchos Bodin & Jacob bringing the sound of Frankfurt on "Sloushnash" while Brit Alec Falconer teams up with Kizoku for some bleepy retro electro bass on "Ricard Refreshmen". On the flip, it's an entirely local affair going back to Ukraine with Bejenec harking back to the golden rave days on "I Don't Do Festivals But" and Sasha Zlykh's trippy afterhours techno jam "Thugged Out Pissed Off" being a sure shot to bang the party.
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VP 002
VP 002 (12")
Cat: VP 002.
Electro House
  1. Alec Falconer - "Wobble Roller"
  2. Alec Falconer - "Bounce"
  3. Bodin - "Sluga"
  4. Bodin - "Hopez"
Review: The second split release from fast-rising Belgian label The Void Project boasts tracks from Traffic co-founder Bodin and sometime Ext and Entity London artist Alec Falconer. The latter begins by offering a nod towards his work with UKG revivalists Phone Traxx on the aptly titled - and really rather good - "Wobble Roller", before peppering a chunky bassline and crunchy house drums with low-register organ stabs and occasional breakbeat blasts on "Bounce". Over on side B Traffic Records co-founder Bodin takes over and offers up two tracks that make the most of the Roland TB-303 (or at least something that sounds like it). "Sluga" is a bona-fide jacker with deep organ riffs, while "Hopez" is a snappier affair powered forward by a seriously squelchy bassline.
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Black Label Series 04
Cat: BPBL 04. Rel: 27 Feb 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Bernard Horn - "Ticket 2 Tomar" (6:23)
  2. Alec Falconer - "Hiero" (6:25)
  3. Baby Rollen - "Swimming With Dolphins" (7:22)
  4. Tito Mazzetta & Isai - "Red Bali Tunnel" (8:58)
Review: Banoffee Pies' popular "Black Label" series continues with another multi-artist missive packed to the rafters with tech-tinged fare rich in dubby sub-bass and crunchy two-step beats. As you'd expect for the almost-too-cool-for-school Bristol imprint, all four tracks are undeniably on trend. That's not a criticism though, because there's much to admire throughout. We're particularly enjoying the bleeping melodies, echoing, reggae-style chords, dreamy pads and tough two-step beats of Alex Falconer's "Hiero", though the body-popping acid electro brilliance of Baby Rollen's "Swimming With Dolphins" is not far behind. Tito Mazzetta and Isai's collaborative closing cut, a sublimely bass-heavy chunk of early morning dub techno/tech-house fusion, is also impressive.
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Dartford Crossing EP
  1. Jack Michael - "Holding Down"
  2. Jack Michael - "Holding Down" (Alec Over The Bridge mix)
  3. Alec Falconer - "40oz"
  4. Alec Falconer - "40oz" (Jack Through The Tunnel mix)
Review: On one of his previous EPs on the Orbital London label he inaugurated, Jack Michael has shared headline billing with Harry Wills. He's decided to repeat the exercise, though this time fellow rising star Alex Falconer is the other artist involved. Each offers up an original production and a remix of the other producer's track. Michael's A-side opener "Holding Down" is an inventive, funky and hugely addictive fusion of hardcore-era breakbeats, cut-up vocal samples and raw, razor-sharp acid lines, while Falconer's accompanying remix brilliantly re-wires the track as a chunk of warped, bass-heavy, mutant two-step garage. Falconer's own "40oz" tiptoes the fine line between two-step and sub-heavy hardcore revivalism, while Michael's revision is a rave-igniting old school delight.
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