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New Shapes In The Air
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Cat: HADAL 3. Rel: 15 Jun 15
Techno
  1. Something In Your Eye (5:46)
  2. Stimulant Dub (5:50)
  3. New Shapes In The Air (5:41)
  4. They Buy Gold (4:55)
Review: Upon launching the Hadal label back in 2013, Pangaea described it as "a series of self-released records", rather than an imprint separate to the Hessle Audio operation founded with Ben UFO and Pearson Sound. Since, he's been as good as his word, using it to put out occasional 12" singles of his own. This third 12" in the series contains plenty of floor-friendly fare, beginning with the distorted, broken techno rhythms, druggy textures and intricate, chiming melodies of "Something In Your Eye". There's a more classic bruk feel to the heavy, dubwise swagger of "Stimulant Dub", while "New Shapes In The Air" skillfully combines a ludicrously weighty sub bassline with wonky electronics and metronomic techno rhythms. Finally, he closes proceedings with "They Buy Gold", a fittingly intense, acid-flecked techno stomper.
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Pob
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Cat: HADAL 2. Rel: 16 Jun 14
Techno
  1. Pob
  2. Mackerel
  3. Ivy
  4. Solvent
Review: Woof! Pangaea serves up a second Hadal platter in the shape of Pob, a four tracker whose title may hint at some of Kevin McAuley's childhood viewing habits. It arrives with the Hessle Audio man enjoying a fine 2014 so far, having delivered an excellent mix in the Fabric Live canon as well as contributing to the ever more bulbous Livity Sound Remix project. Pob represents yet another fascinating insight into McAuley's continual sonic development and progression, with few other contemporaries likely to conjure up the offbeat, drunken swagger that permeates the wonderfully named "Mackerel" or indeed the contrast between delicate notes and gruff ragga chants that make up "Ivy".
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