||1.||Dorisburg - "Emotion"|
||2.||Falke - "Emotion"|
||1.||Sevensol & Bender - "Molly"|
||1.||Efdemin - "Plenum"|
||2.||Even Tuell - "Dramaqueen"|
||1.||Map Ache - "Enola"|
||2.||Johannes Beck - "Rendezvous"|
For their seventh release, Leipzig imprint Kann Records present Family Horror, a sumptuous double twelve selection of tracks from label holders, close friends and beloved artists. Proceedings commence in suitably deep surrounds via Dorisburg, a key part of the Aniara Recordings family who've arisen with such aplomb from Gothenburg of late. "Emotion" proves to be as captivating as anything they've done to date, with snatches of delicate vocals emerging from a glacial house throb and unfolding into something deep and warm. Elsewhere Chicago leaning ruffness from Sevensol & Bender on "Molly" is matched by Even Tuell's excellent "Dramaqueen" - an experimental track dominated by gaseous clouds of analogue bass. With further contributions from Efdemin, map.ache and Johannes Beck, this is a release that impresses upon first listen but truly captivates after repeated play.
Girls Of The Internet, Lukas Micka, Brighton, Kayne Cross, Sahin Meyer, M50, Francis Inferno Orchestra, Alex Bradley, Pacific Horizons, Manos Mara (Bliq), Nick Lawson, COMPOST RECORDS, ERDBEERSCHNITZEL, Rone, Fred P
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