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|1.||"Church Of Madness" (6:17)|
|2.||"Deja Vu" (6:06)|
|1.||"Church Of Madness" (Gnork Ezoteric Breakdance remix) (7:53)|
|2.||"Running Amore" (6:19)|
Futureboogie Recordings' musical transformation over recent years has been remarkable, with boss man Dave Harvey ditching the shiny, synth-powered house jams and nu-disco mutations of old for a range of releases that plough a more cosmic, psychedelic and chugging furrow. This EP from sometime Nein and Roam Recordings' producer Zakmina is a terrific example of the Bristol imprint's new trademark sound. It sees him confidently bounce between the Giallo-influenced, acid-soaked, synthesizer-driven throb of 'Church of Madness', the raw and hallucinatory, mid-tempo deep acid hedonism of 'Deja-Vu' and the frankly foreboding peak-time intensity of 'Running Amore', whose echo-laden timbales hits rise above a raw and druggy bassline. The EP's obligatory remix comes courtesy of Hungarian maestro Gnork, who re-imagines 'Church of Madness' as a punchy slab of glassy-eyed electro bliss.
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