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Cause For Concern EP
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Cat: AL 014. Rel: 15 Dec 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Tones & Textures
  2. Sacred Ground
  3. Divider
Review: Jordan Peak makes a stellar return to the Air London imprint this September with the 'Cause For Concern' EP, a three-track collection from the London based producer.
The ever on-point Jordan Peak has been continually delivering striking and versatile material over the past four years, releasing records via some leading labels in underground house and techno, such as Tsuba, Robsoul, Bass Culture and One Records. Here we see Jordan return to the Air London label, following his 'It's Time / Hanging By A Thread' EP on the imprint last year.
Peak kicks off the 'Cause For Concern' EP with 'Tones & Textures', a rugged groove-led workout fuelled by a bumpy, penetrating rhythm. The synthesized elements then add a warm and charming character to the composition, meandering around the percussive foundation; Peak employs ethereal pads, swirling dub echoes and resonant stabs here to create a mesmerizing and hypnotic vibe.
Following is 'Sacred Ground' which picks up the pace slightly with insistent sub tones, naturally swung organic percussion, ever evolving, tension building atmospherics and a trippy spoken-word vocal line uttering the track's title sporadically. Once again resulting in a classy, understated piece of work from this clear-cut talent.
The package is then closed with 'Divider', a brilliant construction to finish the package which sees Jordan opt for a more minimalistic approach, stripping back the drums to a sparse yet punchy vibe, while rounded low-end tones drive things along, and bubbling bell sounds, gritty stabs and aggressive bass hits are thrown into the mix intermittently.
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Drums For Days EP
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Cat: INST 007. Rel: 24 Aug 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Holding On (6:13)
  2. Holding On (instrumental) (6:14)
  3. Routine Anxiety (6:47)
Review: UK rising star Jordan Peak is back with a new one on up and coming tech house label Instinkt. On the A side he offers us early nineties breakbeat house vibes on the title track "Holding On" which comes with an instrumental version too for those not so fond of the smashing vocals. On the flip is "Routine Anxiety" which is a more straight up tech house affair; perfect the afterhours and for fans of Sascha Dive or Brothers Vibe.
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