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Indigenous Electronic

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Cat: INDIG 001. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Unconditional Love (Siamak Floor Vision) (8:09)
  2. Retro Floor Vision Aspect (9:12)
  3. Tool (9:00)
  4. You Think You Know It (7:40)
Review: Indigenous Electronic is a recently launched vinyl only label, seeking to showcase a combination of both known and undiscovered talent. The label's first release is a 4 track ep, by Siamak Amidi, the creative director of Analog Room in Dubai, as well as a producer, dj and Volt music label boss. The EP reflects the producer's experience with the confluence of both analog and digital synthesis. The A side presenting newer material with the B side some of his older unreleased works. "Unconditional Love" a stripped down affair, deep, dynamic and ethereal without ever losing the focus on the groove with it's tight production. "Retro Floor Vison Aspect" takes us further into trippier post 5am territory, also stripped yet with enough going on to keep the senses tantalized, the standout hook to the bassline, swirling micro electronics with a variated jacking high hat, tried and tested. "Tool" is deep techy and driving, with light haunting pads above and throughout with original use of effects on the high end percussion. "You Think You Know It" is a rolling percussive track that comfortably rides the boundary between house and techno, with well defined low end and sweeping synth pads that once again demonstrate Amidi's abilities in the mix down to not swamp the track or dilute the groove. An EP for the dj's dj.
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Cat: INDIG 002. Rel: 31 Oct 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Naked Dub (6:00)
  2. Cash Dub (7:18)
  3. Pyramid (Omar 1:00 am live jam) (6:32)
  4. 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.

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