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In Brackets EP
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In Brackets EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MSN 005. Rel: 20 May 13
Bass
  1. In Brackets
  2. 5AM
  3. Voices
  4. Rare Bloom
Review: Ever spreading their wings and snapping up labels left right and centre, Dark Sky move on from their recent turn for Tectonic to deliver an EP for Mister Saturday Night that applies their complex and engaging approach to housier domains. First track "In Brackets" is a refined beast, tapping into the spiritual vein of artists like DJ Qu but employing a richer tapestry of sounds to intone the mystery. "5AM" by comparison is a much snappier proposition, sporting a vintage garage beat and cheeky trills of synth, while "Voices" burrows into a plethora of vocal micro-samples with purpose and a lot of layering. "Rare Bloom" rounds the EP off in stunning fashion with a measured roller that keeps the beat ticking steadily so that accomplished swells of synth can draw you in on a bold and thrilling journey of a track.
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Sunset Yellow EP
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Cat: MSN 023. Rel: 19 Sep 16
Deep House
  1. Sunset Yellow
  2. Brilliant Blue
  3. Amaranth
Review: General Ludd is the stage name for Rich McMaster and Tom Marshallsay and Sunset Yellow is their third release on Mr Saturday Night. In keeping with the general tone and direction of the label, they offer house music with an offbeat twist. The title track fuses a stepping rhythm and broken beats with an insistent melodic stab that gets increasingly high-pitched as the arrangement unfolds. "Brilliant Blue" is more stripped back and revolves around a rudimentary bass, hollowed out drums and the occasional cosmic squiggle. Maintaining the offbeat approach to the end is "Amaranth'; with its heavy percussive bursts, dub effects and lunging rhythm it's the most dance floor-focused track on the release.
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Are You Losing My Hearing?
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Are You Losing My Hearing? (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MSN 017. Rel: 07 Sep 15
Bass
  1. Are You Losing My Hearing? (5:19)
  2. Moneychangers (6:59)
Review: Tom 'Dam Mantle' Marshallsay and Rich McMaster from Golden Teacher were first granted an outlet as General Ludd through Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter's Mister Saturday Night last year with the breathless pair of house burners that made up the Woo Ha 12". Since then the General has brought the Luddite house sound to Clan Destine, 10 Thousand Yen and Autonomous Africa among others and now lands back on the Mister for the keenly anticipated Are You Losing My Hearing? Another two-track exercise in 12" dynamism, the title cut finds GL in sprightly house mood with a rubbery feel not too dissimilar to Gerd's Geeeman output. Flip it over and "Moneychangers" veers off into more dystopian, heads down territory with some killer modular squiggles throughout.
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Let A Hundred Flowers Bloom
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Cat: MSNTEN 001. Rel: 09 Jun 14
Ambient/Drone
  1. Let A Hundred Flowers Bloom
  2. Discouraged
  3. Denominazione Version
Review: New York's Mister Saturday Night is one of a handful of labels that are genuinely capable of surprising us with each successive release (as their thrillingly eclectic forthcoming Brothers & Sisters compilation brilliantly proved). For example, who would have predicted that this first MSN 10" single (the first from sometime L.I.E.S man Gunnar Haslam) would open with two and a half minutes of dark, intense ambience and distant Middle Eastern singing? Elsewhere, Haslam inches further towards the dancefloor, retaining the dark and exotic feel on "Discouraged", before pummeLling us with discordant, delay-laden DJ tool "Denomiazione Version". Brilliantly left-of-centre stuff all round.
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