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The Cyclist

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Cat: LR 022. Rel: 02 Apr 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Feel Beauty
  2. Mangel
  3. Bones In Motion
  4. Sheen
  5. Makeshift
  6. Stove
  7. The March
  8. Another Exploitation
  9. Vision
  10. Black Train
  11. Fleet Meeting
  12. Dusty
  13. Mongel
  14. Reels
  15. Sleeping
Review: Stones Throw welcome new artist The Cyclist, and with him, a new and edgier type of electronics. "Feel Beauty" opens things up in shuffle mode, bridging together a house tempo with warm and luscious strings, off-kilter beats and airy atmospherics. The rest of the LP unfolds into an even deeper, more mesmeric medley of tones and influences, ranging from the bleepy, Omar-S style beats of "Bones In Motion", going to the more industrial extravagance of "The March", or the sloppy beat layout of "Black Train" - true heads-down mentalism! Its fifteen tracks are just spilling with magnificence from every angle; a great signing form an ever-impressive label that can do no wrong - highly recommended.
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 in stock $18.59
Flourish (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CCYCLPX 1. Rel: 13 Nov 14
Techno
  1. Ripples Trough Ice
  2. Breathless
  3. Sand Dunes
  4. Tape Grunge Rave
  5. Break Through
  6. Daisy Spirals
  7. Flourish
Review: As The Cyclist, Derry-based musician Andrew Morrison first surfaced back in 2011 with a cassette on Crash Symbols but came to wider attention with last year's excellent Bones In Motion LP for Leaving Records. The fifteen tracks spilled with tape saturated magnificence from every angle, and since then Morrison has diverted some of his creative energies into the more dance floor-focused Buz Ludzha. That project debuted on All City earlier this year with a 12? of "distorted '80s house" called Love Repetitive Rhythmics, and it's the Dublin label that now issues his latest LP as The Cyclist. If anything Flourish is a more focused set than his debut, building on his established style but veering down exciting new sonic avenues and in "Tape Grunge Rave" possesses one of this year's best track titles.
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Cat: SILK 105. Rel: 08 May 18
Deep House
  1. Alabaster Thrones (6:41)
  2. Ivory (5:38)
  3. Aladdin Insane (5:55)
  4. Autochrome (6:45)
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Cat: HYPE 054. Rel: 24 Aug 16
Techno
  1. Pressing Matters (7:14)
  2. Born In '92 (5:31)
  3. Pressing Matters (Robag Pinvoldex Sull NB) (7:43)
  4. Push (feat Tanaya Harper) (5:51)
Review: Irish tape throb enthusiast The Cyclist adds Bristol house bastions Hypercolour to his discography with this fine four-track 12", Pressing Matters, which features a remix from Pampa and Kompakt legend Robag Wruhme! The title track is a fine example of The Cyclist's warped charm, conjuring bendy bass lines, faltering breakbeats and wavy synth lines over seven delightfully heat-treated minutes. The Robag Wruhme is just as epic, sounding like a lost breakbeat artefact dug up for gleeful 21st century consumption. "Born In '92" adds plenty of pirate radio chatter into it's deep and spectral house bump, whilst Tanaya Harper's vocals lend a palpable edge to the brittle garage swing of closer "Push."
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Requite (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TTR 006. Rel: 19 Feb 18
Techno
  1. Requite (6:07)
  2. Chime (6:00)
  3. Brave New Wave (7:32)
  4. Mackabee (4:17)
Review: The Cyclist fires up his Tape Throb label for a sixth instalment of grubby, wayward sonics that pivot around a danceable axis while reaching to a higher plain of musical expression. There are plenty of psyched-out overtones bursting out of "Requite", and there's a rugged groove cutting its way through the dense thicket of ferric noise. "Chime" has a more tender approach in some regards, sporting a tropical lilt and sparser arrangement, but there's still plenty of space for artful distortion. "Brave New Wave" is a brilliant mish mash of peppy electro, early synth pop weirdness and that overall Cyclist sound that only he can conjure up. "Mackabee" goes in on that particular quality to finish the EP off in an evocative ambient lick sending out an SOS across a shoreline of grubby, tidal dub washes.
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Played by: Jerome Hill, DJ 3000, M50
 in stock $8.74
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