|1.||"The Eon Men"|
|2.||"Night On The Shore"|
|1.||"The Eon Men" (Soft Rocks re-dub)|
Room 315 step up to the fledgling Kinfolk imprint for three tasty psyche-edit numbers; opener "The Eon Men" sets the standard with its robust bass pulse driving a slow beat forward on a flurry of digitised synth solo and live guitar action, whilst "Night On The Shore" begins as a sinister number with lurching bass, but soon opens itself up with its solitary guitar line and floating synth pads which recall the end credits to an 80s thriller, all driven along with minimal 808 percussion. On the flip, edit masters Soft Rocks provide their own version of "The Eon Men", taking the grizzled quality of the original and creating their own minimal wave inspired reworking, with a brittle bassline joined by shady echoes of dub music in its cavernous backdrop and savage low end.
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