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Explanations
Explanations (12" repress)
Cat: OS 005. Rel: 11 Mar 24
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Good In The Bad (feat Omar Meftah & Eric Meftah) (5:02)
There Is No End (4:07)
Good In The Bad (feat Thomas Xu & Eric Meftah - Thomas Xu & Ian Gold remix) (9:35)
Review: Jihoon links with some talented musicians including Thomas Xu, Omar Meftah, Eric Meftah and Ian Gold on this brilliant new three-tracker on One Spoke. It kicks off with the sublime 'Good In The Bad' which is a jazzy viber with flute lines dancing their own dance above lovely contemporary broken beats. 'There Is No End' layers chords, synths and jazz drums into a richly atmospheric groove before last of all the whole of the flip side is given over to a Thomas Xu & Ian Gold remix of 'There Is No End' that is gloriously sunny jazz-fusion at its finest. These will keep you warm no matter the weather outside this winter.

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Meeting Point
Meeting Point (hand-numbered 12" in hand-painted sleeve limited to 250 copies)
Cat: MP 001. Rel: 29 Jun 22
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Bells & Thunder (9:08)
Bossa Beat (11:26)
Meeting Point (6:40)
Morning Air (5:07)
Review: Meeting Point bring us four slices of moody but musical experiments from the point at which broken beat and bass culture meet. The slow motion of skeletal skank of 'Brass Beat' shows that the duo are capable of tempting plenty of character out of their machines, while 'Morning Air', with its highly pitched synth glories and stop start drums, also show they're not in the least bit bothered about fitting into existing genre frameworks. Fascinating stuff.
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