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Pre Album Sampler
Cat: BH 068. Rel: 03 May 23
 
Techno
Lemon Garlic (14:27)
Lemon Garlic (Morgan Buckley Generative Bodhran mix) (13:09)
Review: Few artists can genuinely to have carved their own niche within electronic music, but with the Don't DJ project, Florian Meyer has done just that. Describing his sound is notoriously difficult, but in essence it offers up a kind of twisted, ritualistic, leftfield take on tribal-influenced sounds that employs unusual, often highly complex rhythms. His latest single, which acts as a taster for his forthcoming album on Berceuse Heroique, offers a neat summary. 'Lemon Garlic' is a superb, near 15-minute workout in which looped, marimba style melodic loops, mutilated flute samples, breezy lead lines and tropical noises rise above an impossible-to-describe percussive rhythm. Wah Wah Wino crewmember Morgan Buckley provides the flipside remix, adding live bass and exotic instrumentation to a re-tooled, four-to-the-floor take on Meyer's polyrhythmic groove.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $11.38
Primitive Sounds Of Intermittence
Cat: BH 069. Rel: 17 Apr 23
 
Experimental/Electronic
La Blagues De Trop (3:30)
Primitive Sounds Of Intermittence (5:57)
Bocage (2:53)
Plastique Exotica (3:32)
Champs De Cotons-tiges (4:17)
Plongee Dans Le Sornin (Macro Musique) (4:52)
Saint-Denis-De-Cabanne (3:57)
Midi Gafa Archeologie (4:22)
Glagla Song (2:19)
Rouge De L'Ouest (6:09)
Review: Guillaume Lespinasse should be a familiar name to fans of the Brothers From Different Mothers label and the alternative French electronic/dance music scene that has been in rude health for ages now. As one half of celebrated live duo The Pilotwings, regulars on said label, we can safely consider him a master of the immersive slo mo sound, veering towards a more cosmic, almost tropical end as oppose to the heavier, progressive tones many opt for at that tempo.
Here he's stepping out alone to offer this richly detailed collection of ambience and obscurity, packed with the kind of noises that really make you want to stay in a moment forever. In many ways, the arrangements opt for a maximalist approach to serenity. And tracks don't stand still - they evolve, and develop, switch and change things up, at times sounding like opiate drone, in other moments 1980s movie accidentals.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $20.71
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