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Single Life
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Cat: OMR 06. Rel: 07 Sep 15
Techno
  1. Doesn't Feel Right (8:15)
  2. 2nd Try (5:56)
  3. Single Life (5:23)
  4. Still Water (5:51)
Review: Having taken time out to collaborate with pal Luke 'Torn Hawk' Wyatt on the decidedly eccentric Becoming Nice, William Burnett goes solo again with an EP of left-of-centre Willie Burns gems for the consistently impressive Off Minor Recordings. On the A, Burnett sets his sights on the dancefloor, impressing with both the modular-sounding throb and ricocheting percussive hits of "Doesn't Feel Right", and the metallic, bittersweet techno of "2nd Try". On the B-side, he switches back to experimental mode, dropping a pair of melodious, melancholic chunks of out-there electronica in his inimitable, imaginative style. It's actually these, in particular the spiraling, hedonistic synthesizer lines of "Straight Water", that most impress.
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Where Has The Love Gone
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Cat: UH 005. Rel: 02 May 16
Techno
  1. Bang The Box (6:18)
  2. Got To Be A (5:40)
  3. Checking Your Heart Rate (4:34)
  4. Where Has The Love Gone (7:34)
Played by: HOVE
Review: Following hot twelves from Max McFerren, Bryan Kessler and Pedder Mannerfelt, Ultimate Hits has recruited cantankerous house jam maestro Willie Burns to produce its' latest EP. Burns predictably delivers, with jackin' electro/techno opener "Bang The Box" sounding like a ready-made dancefloor banger. "Got To Be" is deeper but no less potent, with soulful vocal snippets riding a bass-heavy groove, while "Checking Heart Rate" sees Burns successfully combine one of his favourite vintage house breakbeats with dreamy pianos and sweaty vocal stabs. Finally, he steps away from the dancefloor with "Where Has The Love Gone", a trippy, late night affair full of rumbling dub bass, soft-touch percussive hits, new age pan pipe melodies and head-in-the-clouds vocal samples.
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Bulb
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Bulb (12")
Cat: COTF 008. Rel: 14 Sep 15
Techno
  1. Light It Up (11:29)
  2. Dimmer Switch (10:35)
Review: Scott Fraser and Timothy J Fairplay's Crimes Of The Future label has had quite the banner year, ushering in various projects from the pair as well as seeking out like-minded contemporaries such as Perseus Traxx. The latest Crimes of the Future release introduces Bulb, another project bearing the label founder's finger prints along with a high profile third colluder in one William Burnett. Apparently laid down at WT Records HQ in the spring of 2014 whilst Fairplay and Fraser were committing Crimes in NYC, Bulb is a bold offering from the trio with two extended dancefloor workouts taking a side each. "Light It Up" pairs ghetto techno breaks with something from wayward Kosmiche studio experiments in deepest Germany, whilst "Dimmer Switch" plunges into a world of psychedelia and cavernous cave dwellings thanks to some dark ambient synthesis and stabbing drums.
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