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Pulled Through The Wormhole
Cat: HHANDS 014. Rel: 29 Sep 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. The Darker The Room The Bigger The Tune (5:56)
  2. Pulled Through The Wormhole (6:19)
  3. Echo Shaper (5:23)
  4. The Gobbler (5:20)
Review: We're going to have to try really, really hard not to use cliches like 'oi oi' here - Desert Sound Colony adds to an oeuvre that has given us some of the finest dark garage of recent years with a rave bomb that's neither nostalgic nor chin strokey in all the right ways. A broken party gem that should work across anything below the 140s, providing you've got the ideas, it's enough to make you batter down the doors of the nearest club.

Not just one, two or even three delights, all four tracks on offer are excellent specimens; the hypnotic badman vibes of 'Pulled Through The Wormhole', appropriately titled chaotic acid workout 'The Gobbler', and the bone rattle percussion of 'Echo Shaper' collectively making this damn near essential.
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B45 EP
B45 EP (12")
Cat: HHANDS 010. Rel: 14 Jan 20
Bass
  1. Gallegos - "Blue Mountain" (6:10)
  2. Gallegos & Baby Rollen - "Underwater" (6:50)
  3. Gallegos & Baby Rollen - "B45" (7:17)
  4. Gallegos - "SHOULDACOULDAWOULDA" (5:04)
Review: Showtime ladies and gentlemen, Desert Sound Colony's Holding Hands reaches the big one-oh with Gallegos and Baby Rollen and the results are every bit as sweaty and heavy as you'd hoped they'd be. Gallegos kicks off solo with the acid stampede "Blue Mountain" before Baby comes on board with "Underwater". Strutting breaks with just the right levels of dubby synths and elastic acid; this could easily be a 1999 jam. Flip to the B for some even hairier escapades as "B45" digs even deeper into breakbeat culture with a stripped back b-boy feel and velveteen rave pads before Gallegos finishes the EP with the stunning piano-tickled curveball "SHOULDACOULDAWOULDA". Rave on!
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