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Cat: DBRV 018LP. Rel: 11 Nov 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sage Projection
  2. Need Want Have
  3. A Trove
  4. As You Were Brother
  5. What Who What The Bazooka Was Who
  6. Theta Wave Brain Sync
  7. New Morning
  8. o4U
  9. A Healthy Turnaround
  10. Monseq
  11. Magnetism Is More Intelligent Than Force
Review: As Afrikan Sciences, Eric Porter has been pushing his own brand of freeform sonic experimentation incorporating elements and ideas from soul, jazz, broken beat and house in an abstracted manner that veers far off-grid. Far from prolific, Porter's project does share a close bond with the Deepblak label run by Aybee, who have issued all Afrikan Sciences material to date. With whispers of Afrikan Sciences material surfacing on PAN, Porter graces Deep Blak with a wonderfully unique second album entitled Theta Wave Brain Sync. Manipulating rhythm in a manner that's already quite hypnotic and meditative, the eleven tracks live up to Deepblak's billing that it will "let you go as deep, and far as you desire" and then some!
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FORTHCOMING
Reciprocity EP
Reciprocity EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DBRV 032. Rel: 05 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. Reciprocess
  2. Hullman Z
  3. Get It G
  4. Just In Case I Do
  5. Son Shine
Review: After shifting through a few different monikers the last year Deepblak Rhythm Czar Afrikan Sciences returns to form. Laced always with his elastic funk forward grooves the "Res??pras?de?" EP continues to build on his legacy. One that has consistently morphed diasporic rhythms into new colors. Creating new space on the dance-floor as well inside the mind. Four independent yet intertwined tracks all meant to make you oscillate inward outward.
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Passage EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DBRV 031. Rel: 04 Dec 17
Deep House
  1. Passage (Full Experience)
  2. Passage (Astral Stroll)
Review: Lars Bartkuhn has taken his rich jazz chops to many esteemed places over the years, from Sonar Kollektiv to Neroli, Needs Music to Ropeadope, and his expressive musical style merges perfectly with Aybee's cosmic electronic tendencies on this new Deepblak joint. "Passage (Full Experience)" is a broken beat wonder to behold, all swooning and swirling melodics and freewheeling rhythms. "Passage (Astral Stroll)" takes things deeper, letting the Rhodes lead the way amidst a pattering array of earthy percussion for a truly transcendental trip out. Deepblak's jazz instincts have never sounded so full of vitality as they do on this interstellar single.
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Cat: DBRV 020. Rel: 05 May 14
Bass
  1. From Heatuyu
  2. Islands Of Dust
  3. Islands Of Dust (Afrikan Sciences remix)
Review: A new signing to Deepblak finds Aybee's label ever-broadening its repertoire of forward thinking broken beat underpinned by sci-fi attitude and hand-played soul. "From Heat2yu" pivots on a cyclical spread of percussion and a honey-coated voice coos out a message of getting "so far away", while dreamy daubs of synth ping around the broken rhythms. "Islands Of Dust" gets into a more introspective headspace with melancholic tones rubbing up against a skippy 2 step beat. Label regular Afrikan Sciences steps up for a remix of "Islands Of Dust" that sports his trademark tricky time signatures and a positively 'out-there' palette of sound.
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Cat: DBRV 027. Rel: 20 Jun 16
Deep House
  1. The Way I Feel (4:19)
  2. Work (4:23)
  3. Pinball Count (1:27)
  4. Signs (4:44)
  5. Aillio (feat Bee Ayume) (5:41)
  6. Lost In Future (3:13)
Review: Aybee's Deepblak label is usually a reliable source of smooth, soulful, musically rich deep house. Those are certainly adjectives that could be applied to this expansive EP from debutant Derrick 'DFLN' Curtis. What's perhaps most impressive about The Way I Feel is its' effortless eclecticism. While the title track and "Work" both explore rich, Osunlade style deep house warmth, elsewhere it's a different story. "Pinball Number Count" is a thrilling fusion of piano jazz, spitting hip-hop beats and eccentric neo-soul vocals, while "Signs" sounds like a Detroit take on broken beat, beamed to Earth from some far-off planet. On "Allio" he delivers some deep bruk loveliness, while "Lost In Future" is a heady trip into experimental beat-making territory.
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