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Cat: SHACD 009. Rel: 25 Jul 14
Drum And Bass/Jungle
  1. Perseverance
  2. Beneath The Skies
  3. Looking For Diversion (feat Lucy Kitchen)
  4. Stolen Hours (interlude)
  5. Music Is Music
  6. Night Vision
  7. Innermost
  8. Imperfections (interlude)
  9. Tectonic
  10. Mucky Jeff
  11. One Way
  12. Like A Memory (feat Pat Fulgoni)
  13. Desire Paths (interlude)
  14. Lost Time
Review: In their official biography, Technimatic describe their particular take on musically rich liquid D&B as "hyper-coloured". In many ways, it's an apt description. Certainly, there's a baggy vibrancy to this belated debut album, which is gloriously breezy and deliciously soulful from start to finish. There's an almost horizontal feel to the duo's classic blends of vintage jungle rhythms, drifting vocals - most notable on the beautiful "Looking For Dviversion", featuring the folksy voice of Lucy Kitchen - twinkling pianos, undulating strings and sun-bright chords. This kind of liquid jungle is always eminently listenable, but Andy Powell and Peter Rogers' particular take on the style is more cultured and mature than most. As a result, Desire Paths is an impressive and hugely enjoyable body of work.
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Cat: SHACD 015. Rel: 13 Jul 16
Drum And Bass/Jungle
  1. Introduction
  2. Better Perspective (feat Jinadu)
  3. Parallel (feat Zara Kershaw)
  4. Clockwise
  5. Out Of Reach (feat Lucy Kitchen)
  6. Antihero
  7. Foreshadow (interlude)
  8. Problems (feat Maiday)
  9. Leave It Unsaid
  10. We Look For Patterns
  11. The Stage (interlude)
  12. Trigger Warning
  13. Cold Shoulder
  14. Hold On A While (feat Jono McCleery)
  15. It Must Be
Review: Pete "Technicolour" Rogers and Andy "Komatic" Powell first joined forces as Techninamtic back in 2012, subsequently releasing their acclaimed debut album, Desire Paths, two years later. That album was considered something of a modern liquid D&B classic, and this follow-up is similarly inclined. Musically expansive, emotionally rich and hugely enjoyable, it sees the duo fluctuate between hazy, ear-pleasing vocal cuts (Jinadu, Zara Kershaw, Lucy Kitchen and Maiday all feature), sweeping, semi-cinematic anthems, and dreamy, LTJ Bukem-championed dancefloor shufflers. Throughout, the rhythms remain skittish and punchy, and the chords more comfortable than a heavyweight duvet in the midst of a bleak midwinter.
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out of stock $10.41
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