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The He Men

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Tone Dropuut Vol 6
  1. The He-Men - "Rolla"
  2. Bufo Bufo - "Bufotenin"
  3. DJPC - "Danger Man"
  4. Dawl - "Party Till The A.M"
  5. Craig Bratley - "From The DAT"
  6. Tones Breaks 2 (bonus track)
Review: When it comes to wholehearted tributes to British dance music's turn-of-the-'90s golden era, few labels have captured the energy and excitement of the period quite as well as Tone Dropout. Here the London label dishes out a sixth serving of retro-futurist madness. Highlights naturally come thick and fast throughout. We're particularly impressed by the twisted acid lines and mind-altering psychedelic vibe of The He-Men's "Rolla", the bleep-meets-"Strings of Life" rush of Leeds lad DJPC's "Danger Man", Dawl's stab-happy fusion of electro and early hardcore ("Party Till The A.M") and the "bleep and breaks" rush of Craig Bratley's rumbling EP standout "From The DAT" (which, fittingly, was crafted from old demo recordings he made in the 90s).
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Played by: E S - Q
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Cat: TD 18005. Rel: 29 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. The He-Men - "After The Rain" (6:52)
  2. Dawl - "Asylum" (6:10)
  3. Corporeal Face - "Permo" (6:01)
  4. Robbenspierre - "Quarta Vintas" (6:04)
  5. Bonus Tonebreak (2:51)
Review: For the latest volume in their on-going multi-artist EP series, eccentric London label Tone Dropout has gathered together a fresh batch of cuts from their closest collaborators. To kick things off, the He Men (AKA Oki Noki and Sween) combine the deep space sounds of Detroit techno and mind-altering acid lines of Phuture with the rubbery beats of New York deep house. Dawl opts for brain-melting analogue bass and wild machine bleeps on mutant jack-track "Asylum", while Corporeal Face's "Permo" is probably best described as "hardcore clonk". Eslewhere, you'll find two chunks of Frankie Bones style breakbeat techno heaviness that wouldn't have sounded out of place rushing from the speakers at an early '90s Sunrise rave.
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Played by: Kid Who
 in stock $9.30
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