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Good Day Bad Day EP
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Good Day Bad Day EP (140 gram vinyl 12" limited to 220 copies)
Cat: GV 006 . Rel: 05 Dec 16
Techno
  1. Derp Journal (6:03)
  2. Bogart Space (6:41)
  3. Good Day Bad Day (7:02)
  4. Flashmelo (7:07)
Review: Long time minimal techno pusher Franklin De Costa steps up to Jersey City label Green Village to thrown down a ruckus with four serious cuts of advanced house and techno. "Derp Journal" may be flippant in name, but the bassline it packs is not to be trifled with, nor the edgy drums and lashings of reverb. "Bogart Space" is a more house-minded affair, but it's still reaching to a contemplative space using unfamiliar sounds. "Good Day Bad Day" gets into a cyclical, psychedelic mood thanks to a trippy synth circling overhead, but then the EP gets dealt a tough finishing blow by the cranked up hustle of "Flashmelo", coming on like a crunchy mid 00s minimal jam of the highest order.
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1 Degree EP
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1 Degree EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GV 007. Rel: 03 Apr 17
Techno
  1. Space Jungle (5:45)
  2. Satsang (6:26)
  3. Divide & Conquer (6:34)
  4. Urantia Of Nebadon (5:56)
Review: After releases from the likes of Dakini9, Fox and Franklin Da Costa, it was only natural that Jersey City-based label Green Village would turn to DJ Spider for a new 12 inch. Well, it seems natural to us, in any case. The NYC artist is now a respected member of the Big Apple's contemporary house and techno wave, and it's an absolute must for him to be represented on the city's bubbling scene, especially when he's up for firing off tunes like "Space Jungle" and Satsang", two mean, club-minded house bangers with a prominent lower-end. "Divide & Conquer" turns things darker and more ominous thanks to its icy, minimal approach - a cold blend of stripped-back beats and circling bass tones - while "Urantia Of Nebadon" displaces the traditional house framework in favour of a dark, molecular selection of electronic sounds guided by a simple pattern of 4/4 beats. Classic Spider material...
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Village Elders 001
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Village Elders 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GV 005. Rel: 27 Jun 16
Techno
  1. DJ Spider - "Toxic Trace 2"
  2. Dakini9 - "Lost Paradise"
  3. Disaroen - "Serious Doorman"
  4. Nicuri - "Ripples of Time"
Review: Storming into our fifth release from the dirty shores of New Jersey, Green Village is proud to present Village Elders 001, a compilation EP featuring new material from artists who have already flown the flag for GV. The A-side is held down by the Plan B duo of DJ Spider and Dakini9, purveyors of the Metro Area's dirtiest and deepest house sounds. Spider gets toxic a second time, following his 2013 Instruction drop with 'Toxic Trace 2', a thickly layered deep house cut whose seedy percussion underbelly contrasts vividly with the more traditional deep house pads that accompany it. Dakini9's 'Lost Paradise' is dark and mysterious like its title, the hats, trumpets, and vocals emerging in tangled webs of dub effects, a strong follow-up to her dope EP for the label. Disaroen, a duo from Toronto, half of which previously appeared on GV, turns in the most barren of the four tracks, 'Serious Doorman', heads-down techno that crackles to life halfway in and an auspicious debut for a promising new group. Last is NJ heavyweight Nicuri, a rising star whose 'Ripples of Time' closes the EP in his signature searching, melodic style.
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Yokai EP
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Yokai EP (12")
Cat: GV 004. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Deep Dubstep
  1. Yokai (6:56)
  2. Critical Hit (6:00)
  3. Yokai (Fabricator remix) (6:15)
  4. Vulpineal (Undrig remix) (5:35)
Come Through For Me
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Cat: GV 002. Rel: 19 Jan 15
Deep House
  1. Come Through For Me
  2. Come Through For Me (Thefft remix)
Review: Francis Hsueh aka Policy drops a new two-tracker on Jersey City's Green Village after a string of 12"s on Rush Hour and the fledgeling Argot imprint...all in all, a pretty tasty last couple of years from the NYC producer! "Come Through For Me" is a laid-back, swelteringly deep house number featuring some gorgeous percussion work and a whole ocean of otherworldly synths and atmospherics - a true head case! Over on the flip, rising producer Thefft transforms the original into a considerably more floor-ready cut; adding in a harder percussion flex and an altogether tougher groove. Both valid, both choice jams for the club. A lil' tip from us to you!
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Village Elders 002
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Village Elders 002 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GV 008. Rel: 10 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Thefft & TOYC - "Atlantic"
  2. BD1982 - "In '95"
  3. Eighth Ruin - "Whip"
  4. Etch - "Predator"
Review: New Jersey's Green Village imprint return with the second Village Elders compilation, comprising
four original cuts from Thefft/TOYC, BD1982, Eighth Ruin and Etch.
Since 2014 Cloy, Em-Et and Hilla's Green Village vinyl only imprint has acted as a beacon for forward
thinking house, techno and bass music genre's alike, recruiting DJ Spider, Franklin De Costa, Dakini9,
Nicuri, plus more. Now stepping up with Village Elders 002, Green Village utilise a group of versatile UK
producers including Embassy's Thefft alongside Crazylegs' TOYC, Keysound's break scientist Etch,
mysterious producer Eighth Ruin, and Tokyo based BD1982 who co-runs Diskotopia.
Thefft and TOYC's 'Atlantic' opens the package with syncopated rhythms laced with jittery organic hits,
before spiralling sonics and twisted melodies get hooked into a rattling 808 sub line. BD1982 then steps up
with 'In '95', utilising sparse rhythms alongside tightly programmed loops and synthetic ambience to create
a 16-bit atmosphere before employing rolling subs to propel the cut forward.
Eighth Ruin then ups the ante with razor sharp percussion in 'Whip', which pulsates along its waveform
thanks to a warm undulating bass, aided by IDM-tinged synth breakdowns and pitched down vocals. Etch
then delivers his new-wave break science in 'Predator', layering loops alongside a hypnotic reese in tandem
with menacing vocals and glistening atmospherics.
Village Elders 002 drops on Green Village on 25th July 2017.
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