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Static
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Static (12")
Cat: LIVITY 028. Rel: 06 Nov 17
 
Techno
Amor Fati
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Amor Fati (12")
Cat: 399 YTIVIL. Rel: 19 Oct 15
Techno
  1. Amor Fati (Peverelist remix) (6:13)
  2. Tilikum (Hodge remix) (6:07)
Review: Ahead of the release of the Ytivil Dnuos compilation, Peverelist has opted to turn out a 12" that revisits two tracks from the recent past and sheds some fresh light on them. The label boss himself takes "Amor Fati" by Hodge to task, and turns out a delicately poised but satisfyingly weighty version replete with twinkling synth lines and jagged rhythmic incantations. Hodge meanwhile gets to have some fun with Bruce's "Tilikum", and weaves an emotional techno variation out of the component parts that stands amongst his most impassioned works to date, thanks in no small part to the heart-rending sweeps of chord that blanket the peak of the track.
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Dolce
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Dolce (12")
Cat: LIVITY 027. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Dolce (5:37)
  2. Bun So Nude (4:38)
Review: The funny thing about Bristol's Livity Sound is that it manages to take on a new life with each and every release that emanates from its star-studded catalogue. Recently, we had Mosca and Hodge dropping some badness, while Peverelist and Kowton have been holding it down for donkey's years thanks to constant fluxes of new, game-changing bass music. This time it's newcomer I III who delivers the goods, coming through with the wonky steps of "Dolce" at first, a bouncy bit of side-step techno with that inimitably loose UK flow at its epicentre. On the flip, "Bun So Nude" ups the tempo and unleashes a formidable blockade of bleeps that'll have you hypnotised in no time - not to mention that sweet cascade of tribal rhythms too!
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More Games (MM/KM More Names Remix)
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Cat: LIVITY 013. Rel: 09 Jun 14
Techno
  1. Kowton - "More Games" (MM/KM More Names remix)
  2. Asusu - "Too Much Time Has Passed" (Dresvn remix)
Review: So far the Livity Sound Remix project has thrown up some interesting, and eminently danceable results (with the Pangaea and Beneath efforts our current favourites) and given that between them, Pev, Asusu and Kowton released almost 20 original Livity Sound productions, this still leaves a healthy dose of material open to reinterpretation. This latest edition sees the Livity crew open their back catalogue to two of Germany's most compelling production units in Kassem Mosse and Mix Mup and the Dresvn pairing of Dynamo Dreesen and SVN and the results will resonate with anyone with a keen interest in the odder strands of house and techno. Leipzig's finest take on Kowton's 909 growler "More Games" under their KM/MM guise and deftly retain the original's horror core grime strings whilst slowing the pace to their own murky tempo. It's complemented well by the modular bleep-filled take on Asusu's "Too Much Time Has Passed" from Dresvn which will make complete sense for anyone that pays close attention to their respective Acido and SUED labels.
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Don't Take This The Wrong Way
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Cat: LIVITY 026. Rel: 31 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Don't Take This The Wrong Way (8:03)
  2. Peyote Stitch (7:43)
Review: Mosca aka Tom Reid is back for Livity Sound with more of his interesting techno derivatives which sure pack a mighty punch. "Don't Take This The Wrong Way" is without a doubt the most hi-tech that he has ever sounded, bordering on IDM where the beats are broken, the sound design is immaculate and basically what techno should be sounding like 2017. On the flip it is a more organic and restrained affair on "Peyote Stitch" with its slinky bass driven groove supported by some trippy and textured samples: all creating a woozy atmosphere beneath that entrancing bleep melody. Following up some great releases on his own Not So Much imprint, Mosca delves deep into his dub chamber and delivers the goods once again for this defining UK label. Highly recommended!
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Cellar Door
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Cat: 499 YTIVIL. Rel: 03 Aug 15
Techno
  1. Cellar Door (6:57)
  2. Piste Jaune (5:45)
Review: Having previously used their dnuoS ytiviL offshoot to release material from their nearest and dearest (think Batu, Bruce, Hodge and Alex Coulton), Bristol's Livity Sound crew turns to unknown French producer Simo Cell. The two tracks showcased here are a rather fine introduction to this newcomer, with opener "Piste Jaune" offering a clandestine blend of stuttering electro bass, discordant analogue percussion hits and spooky electronics. The mystery man goes for the jugular on "Cellar Door", with pitched-down, bleep style melodies and liquid electronics riding an off-kilter, broken techno groove. Another fine Livity release.
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Gliding
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Gliding (12")
Cat: LIVITY 021. Rel: 07 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Gliding (5:43)
  2. Obi 1 (5:41)
  3. Away From Keyboard (6:54)
  4. As Long As We Have Those Things (5:24)
Review: Frenchman Simon Aussel is Simo Cell, who appeared for Livity Sound's sister label Dnuos Ytivil last year on the rather brilliant Cellar Door / Piste Jaune 12". For his new Gliding EP, he proves that he is right at home on the Bristolian label with his blend of raw, rough and ready broken house jams fitting right in with the rest of the label's aesthetic. Starting out with the rusty shuffle of the deep and dreamy title track, the A side also presents "Obi 1" for something a bit more darker and intense; sonar blips face off with cavernous kicks and sparse, delay drenched percussion: a very paranoid experience. On the flip, the stripped and tunnelling techno tool "Away From keyboard" will appeal to a wide cross range of DJs, until he closes out this fine EP with the lush and immersive ambient journey "As Long As We Have Those Things".
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