|2.||"State Of No State"|
Founded last year, Anthony Parasole's label The Corner has seemingly not been content with sticking to one style thus far, covering deep house from DJ Qu, hip-hop from Nor'Easter, and techno from Parasole himself, Phil Moffa and a recent industrial turn from Shawn O'Sullivan. This latest releases sees the label return to the deeper echelons of the East Coast underground with the BQE EP from the man Fred P which fits in with The Corner ethos by covering a variety of styles. Opening track "Splitting Particles" is the most surprising cut here, running through robust, hi-resolution techno of the Ostgut Ton variety, though the improvised keys of "Tube Compression", hypnotic backdrop of "Storm Clouds" and mid-tempo bounce of "State Of No State" will please dedicated fans of Peterkin's style.
Jane Fitz (Invisible Menders), Brian James, Nick P Warren, Flori, Life Recorder, Ka§par, Gaetano Battista, Hernan Cronner, Bearweasel, Rolando, Zade Cross, Tripeo, Karousel, Orlando B (Contemplate Recordings), Dj Prophet, Philogresz, Le Loup, Juno Recommends Techno, Jorge Caiado / Conversion, Richard Zepezauer (RZ-1), NICOLA CONTE, Fred P Black Jazz Consortium, Agnostic Rhythm, Ney Faustini, Bryan Hervieu, 7 Citizens / Praterei, Tommy Finger Jr., Regen, Shonky, Last Mood, Colman Buckley
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