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Realms
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Realms (12")
Cat: APRON 22. Rel: 11 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Unlucky Charms (5:10)
  2. Lost In The Sauce (5:24)
  3. Retune & Runaway (6:07)
  4. Black Pow Wow (3:59)
Review: Brassfoot's first two outings on Apron - the Lord Tusk hook-up Space Invaders, and last year's untitled EP - were typically unfussy. "Unlucky Charms", the opening salvo of this third release for Funkineven's imprint, takes a similar approach, with vintage electro motifs underpinning distorted percussion and wild electronics. Elsewhere, his trademark fuzziness is applied in a number of contrasting ways, from the clanking, locked-in, rave-inspired throb of "Retune & Runaway", to the bizarre sonic assault that is crusty closer "Black Pow Wow". For pace purposes, he also offers a breather in the shape of jazz-tinged deep house shuffler "Lost In The Sauce".
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Overseer
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Overseer (1-sided 12")
Cat: APRON 25. Rel: 08 Aug 16
Techno
  1. Overseer (9:46)
Review: Overseer finds the illusive John T Gast align with FunkinEven's Apron label for a sharp, club-ready one-sided 12" that proves once again the Hype Williams associate is a class apart no matter what he turns his hands to. Last spotted on 5 Gate Temple with an excellent tape of doom-laden electronics called INNA BABYLON - which we urge you to seek out - Gast's appearance on Apron sees him fully engaging in techno forms on his own terms - an approach he only hinted at in brief spots on his excellent Planet Mu. Wasting little time to kick in, "Overseer" sees a coldly delivered spoken word vocal uttered amidst a cacophony of drum machine hits and synth-shaped drama. A very odd DJ tool but quite befitting of both label and artist.
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Fallen
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Fallen (CD)
Cat: ACD 01. Rel: 18 Jul 16
Techno
  1. Begins (First Chapter)
  2. Chantel
  3. Carousel
  4. XL
  5. Marie
  6. Oshun
  7. Fallen (Final Chapter)
  8. Jedi
  9. Kingdom
  10. Reficul
  11. Disciple
  12. End
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