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Numerous Agnomens Vol III
Cat: AKUVA 03. Rel: 31 May 19
Minimal/Tech House
Audio Werner - "Something" (7:21)
Varhat - "Hear Far Away" (6:43)
Barac - "Dreaming Awake" (11:42)
Shonky - "Aciido" (6:58)
Lowris - "Signature" (8:09)
Dewalta - "Drift In The Void" (9:04)
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Hypnotic Grayscale EP
Cat: YECAD 004. Rel: 16 May 24
Minimal/Tech House
Hypnotic Grayscale (10:06)
Everything That Is Seen Comes From The Unseen (8:31)
He Restored My Soul (4:25)
Review: Barac is one of the torchbearers for the contemporary minimal scene and a figurehead of the Romanian scene. He shows why he is healed in such high regard with this new three-track EP which kicks off with 'Hypnotic Grayscale,' a nice sleek and elegant minimal roller carefully detailed with aloof vocal sounds. 'Everything That Is Seen' is bright and subtly uplifting with wispy melodies adding a celestial touch and 'He Restored My Soul' then brings a little more otherworldly charm with its woozy pads and smeared vocals over floating and liquid rhythms.
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $15.82
Metanoia (12")
Cat: SHMN 004. Rel: 19 Aug 20
Minimal/Tech House
Marina Verdi - "Shamanwoman" (Barac edit) (11:51)
Marina Verdi - "Shamanwoman" (4:19)
Barac - "Who Says Imagniation Isn't Reality?" (8:37)
Review: Since launching last year, Barac's Shamandrum label has become a must-check for those who like their club cuts to be psychedelic or mind-altering. He kicks off the imprint's fourth EP by reconstructing Marina Verdi's mesmerising, beat-free vocal cut "Shamanwoman" (track two), brilliantly re-imagining the track as a slowly-building chunk of hallucinatory tech-house laden with wiggly acid bass, hypnotic drums and pulsing electronic motifs. As he has done on all of the label's previous releases, Barac provides an original production of his own on the flip. "Who Says Imagination Isn't Reality" is nominally tech-house, though the track's locked-in electronic rhythm, creepy synthesizer melodies and bubbly acid lines are a world away from bog-standard peak-time "tech". In a word: impressive.
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