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Die Orangen

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Die Orangen

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Saft 3
Saft 3 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MALKATUTI 0029. Rel: 28 Oct 20
  1. Krautback (Full Circle Fail We May Sail We Must remix) (8:34)
  2. Zwei (Smagghe & Cross remix) (9:11)
  3. Mungolian Jetset (Orange Munshine mix) (9:59)
  4. Burnt Bay (feat Eva Geist) (6:00)
Review: The fact this intricate EP kicks off with a remix title paying homage to the late, great Andrew Weatherall, with the next track remixed by Ivan Smagghe and Rupert Cross, tells you everything about the full package. Electronic music that can be framed and held up as genuinely exploratory 21st century artistry just as easily as it can be described as trippy and low slung.

Smagghe and Cross's take on 'Zwei' is the exception, but even this slice of strange, beguiling ambience - perhaps what the first messages from an alien life form could sound like - has the potential to be used for knife-edge, set building purposes. 'Krautback' is a sleeping giant of deep, locked, broken acid rhythms, while 'Mungolian Jetset' plays on our emotional vulnerability with a deceptively euphoric rolling beauty, finally giving way to a closing track that would make an appropriate tribute to Weatherall's groundbreaking Sabres of Paradise project. Buy it, basically.
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Zwei Orangen
Zwei Orangen (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MALKATUTILP 008. Rel: 20 Feb 20
  1. Wires In The Outback (3:42)
  2. The Island (Back To Me) (6:18)
  3. Desert Metallika (4:59)
  4. Severed Did I? (feat Alex Akers) (4:44)
  5. Sonne (9:16)
  6. Myrmecia Hill (5:09)
  7. Cape Grim (3:16)
  8. Deep Chrome Red (6:32)
  9. Zwei (feat Hayley Morgan) (5:32)
  10. Der Krautback (7:28)
  11. Fur Alle (feat Jono Ma) (5:14)
Review: The label prog is often applied pretty loosely to anything that we struggle to throw into other piles. In the case of the latest LP from Australians Dreems and Kris Baha, it's more a case of record defining term rather than the other way round. Produced with their vast and culturally fascinating homeland very much at the forefront of their minds, it's hard not to feel captivated by the air of surrealism and compelled by the grooves on offer. Opener "Wires In The Outback" sets the scene well. Waves of weird synth work gradually immerse the listener before huge drums rolls begin crashing in. From there it's adventure abound, calling off at the head-nodding alt-pop of "The Island (Back To Me)" and the slo-mo chug of "Desert Metallika", seemingly without pausing for breath. Psychedelic, shimmering harmonies deliver a trippy conclusion, here entitled "Fur Alle", a modus that's also employed, albeit with darker undertones, on "Cape Grim", while "Deep Chrome Red" brings things closer to deep, weird club beats.
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Saft 1
Saft 1 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MALKATUTI 0018. Rel: 03 Jul 18
  1. Yaranabe (live version) (8:26)
  2. Metal Man (Tapan remix) (7:55)
  3. Mersey River (Gordon Pohl Reimagination part 1 & 2) (16:07)
Review: Tel-Aviv label Malka Tuti, ran by Asaf Samuel and Katzele, is an imprint too often overlooked and underrated, even for its iconic aesthetic and single-mindedness. However, we don't mean that to say they are predictable - far from it. The label has constantly provided us with new artists and new forms of experimental dance, with this latest EP from Die Orangen providing even more food for the ears. The duo haven't put out too much music, as of yet, but their mystical shade of techno sounds full of interesting influences and ethereal nuances, much like the opening rhythm of "Yaranabe (live version)", along with the stuttering, off-kilter tribalism of Tapan's version of "Metal Man". The Gordon Pohl 'Reimagination' of "Mersey River" comes in two parts, culminating in a deep and dubby rhythmic dance with an ambient stance. Strong. Tipped.
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