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Grebenstein EP
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Grebenstein EP (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: DN 063. Rel: 08 Dec 14
Techno
  1. Principles Of Trust
  2. No, You Won't
  3. Principles Of Trust
  4. That's Where The Answer Was, In Your Body
Review: The mysterious Grebenstein is the latest artist to grace Downwards. S/T boasts a similarly bleak, eerie approach to producers like Samuel Kerridge and Oake, undercut by the kind of tribal broken beats that made Regis' own In A Syrian Tongue such a landmark release. It starts with the searing drones and rumbling drums of "Acting Within Your Terms" before progressing into the utterly menacing tones of "No You Don't" and "Principles of Trust". The latter's dark soundscapes are underpinned by crashing drums and it is this element that makes the final track, "That's Where The Answer Was, In Your Body" so memorable, as bombastic kicks and percussive volleys underpin the air of gloom
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Healing Bowl
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Healing Bowl (12" + insert)
Cat: LINO 70. Rel: 11 Apr 16
Techno
  1. A/Sa (3:26)
  2. Healing Bowl (6:23)
  3. A Thousand & One (6:45)
  4. Sharada (6:11)
  5. S/Ka (5:26)
Review: Simon Shreeve is mainly known for his work under the Monic guise and as part of the dubstep act Kryptic Minds, and Bowl is the first release under his own name. It sounds like Regis' label is the ideal platform for this music; "S/KA" throws up a dense rhythm and rumbling break beats and the title track explores this theme further, with what sounds like a herd of elephants shrieking over the kind of primal beats last heard on Regis' In A Syrian Tongue. Shreeve also displays a more reflective side here; "A Thousand & One" is built on eerie textures and microscopic beats, while "Sharda" goes back to broken beats but wraps them around melancholic, introspective melodies.
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Dial B For Beauty
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Dial B For Beauty (limited blue vinyl 12")
Cat: DNAM 001. Rel: 06 Oct 14
Techno
  1. Call 1
  2. Call 2
  3. Call 3
  4. Call 4
Review: Dominic Fernow dons his Prurient hat for this split release with Karl O'Connor as Ugandan Methods. As you might expect, it's not for the light-hearted; "Call 1" features the Downwards boss' dense, grainy broken beats mixed with Fernow's wounded screeches amid bursts of white noise. "Call 2" is built on a similar approach, but this time the churning noise and dense drums are interspersed with dramatic, dark synths that spiral and twist. The third "Call" provides a surprise, heading back to the loopy techno of early Downwards, but it's only a temporary deviation and the fourth and final "Call" sees the duo deliver a drum-led, droning rhythm.
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