Too Late For Nonesense (Omar live Out Of Box tool) (6:25)
Review: Indigenous Electronic's second release the "No Market for Emotion" EP pushes further into organic territory with a hardware driven release. The A side sees two tracks on the dubbier end of the spectrum recorded by Iranian producer Ramtin Niazi, a musician with a background in instrumental music, now with a greater focus on machine orientated electronic music. Niazi's contribution sees him delivering two low slung tracks: "Naked Dub" progressing with Lush emotional pads and "Cash Dub" a moodier counterpart. The B side sees the label's head Omar Jayyusi's debut release, with two entirely out the box jams recorded straight to two track. "Pyramid" has a deep and solid rumbling low end, acid basslines and percussive drums. "Too Late for nonsense", is a sub-bass focused micro house dj tool, punchy and reaching the lower end of the dynamic range.
Limited release of x 200 vinyl only without repress.
Review: Since serving up his first single on Tempa back in 2014, Soundman Chronicles chief Dwayne Parris-Robinson has yet to put a foot wrong. His latest outing on Bristol institution Idle Hands - a follow-up to 2016 EP "Burr" - is impressive. Check first title track "Puro Rosaceae", where deliciously woozy, deep house style chords and melodies weave in and out of a sparse but heavy, sub-propelled rhythm track. The track gets the remix treatment from Kassem Mosse under his KMOS alias. The lauded German producer takes the track even deeper, doffing a cap towards dusty, straight-to-tape jams while drawing influence from intoxicating dub techno productions. Parris-Robinson takes a leaf out of Mosse's book on the deliciously dubbed-out, sweet and melodic bonus cut "Soft Touch".