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II (LP)
Cat: MTR 035LP. Rel: 01 Aug 13
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. The Mark (interlude)
  2. Bad Kingdom
  3. Versions
  4. Let In The Light
  5. Gita
  6. Clouded (interlude)
  7. Damage Done
  8. This Time
Review: Given the hype that surrounded the release of the first Moderat set back in 2009, we can surely expect more of the same for this second outing from Apparat and Modeselektor. Those familiar with the first album's woozy blend of IDM, Thom Yorke indebted vocal dreaminess, porchlight techno and post-dubstep rhythms will immediately feel right at home. Online reviews have focused largely on II's atmospheric warmth, and the way in which the Berlin-based trio seems to have refined their sound. Both are valid critiques; certainly, there's a maturity and musical complexity to the album that betters much of their previous works. It's not much of a dancefloor set, but that's entirely the point; this is locked-in headphone listening for the wide-eyed generation.
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Played by: Toki Fuko
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II (LP + insert)
Cat: ES 013. Rel: 10 Jul 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. My Gull (1:52)
  2. Loch & Key (4:30)
  3. Perishable (3:35)
  4. Killcord (parts I-III) (11:56)
  5. Idle (6:21)
  6. All Hands Bury The Dead (4:10)
  7. Safe Bird (5:21)
  8. Crossing The Bar (8:03)
Review: There's much to admire about Andrew Wilson and John Tanner's second collaborative full-length, which sees them build on the fluid and atmospheric ambient of 2016 debut "69". Utilizing a relatively small array of instruments - mainly piano, acoustic guitar and a few choice synthesizers - the pair serves up ear-catching soundscapes wrapped in atmospheric field recordings and just the right amount of processed effects. For the most part their compositions are summery and seductive, emphasizing unfussy combinations of melodic refrains and positive chord progressions. There are, though, one or two more experimental cuts, with the tipsy, slow-motion shuffle of "Idle" and spaced-out "Safe Bird" standing out.
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II (LP)
Cat: PPU 051. Rel: 18 Sep 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Gulls (3:33)
  2. Stank Tartare (4:12)
  3. Green Sky (4:49)
  4. Old Iz New (2:36)
  5. Ambassador Crazy (4:05)
  6. Puddin' (3:53)
  7. Those Moments (4:01)
  8. Cold G (3:44)
Review: Moon B takes it back to the old school that is PPU! Atlanta-based analogue funkateer Wes Gray made his debut proper as Moon B back in 2012 on People's Potential Unlimited, and has since found further acclaim with a killer EP for London label Going Good and releases as Vaib-R and Sean Sanders for Nous and Hot Mix. Andrew Morgan's PPU has always been something of a home base for Moon B material however, with several other cross format releases in recent times. The suitably titled II is the second Moon B long player and pulls eight tracks from the home studio recordings of Wes Gray made over the past few years with that signature "slank rhythms and cutting basslines you've grown accustomed to" present and correct!
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II (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: RBN 068LP. Rel: 12 May 17
Indie
  1. The First Thing... (1:05)
  2. Heatwave (5:26)
  3. LA Blue (3:38)
  4. The Valley (2:06)
  5. Bad Night At Black's Beach (2:55)
  6. City Of Glass (5:09)
  7. Blue Skies (On Mars) (2:18)
  8. Dose (2:00)
  9. Us (3:30)
  10. Night Skiing (4:25)
  11. The Most Crucial Game (5:18)
  12. The Last Thing... (3:47)
Review: Aaron M. Olson's CV expands in a myriad directions, with L.A. Takedown being his purely instrumental project, and one that invites natural comparison with soundtrack work owing to its yacht-rock stylings and sci-fi synth, not to mention taking his moniker from a 1989 movie. The vision here however is one of a land where sun-scorched urban vistas are seized by dystopian dread, and Olson's sleight-of-hand and atmospheric prowess render him a dab hand in creating evocative soundscapes that unite retro and future alike. Lovers of M83 and Johnny Jewel take note.
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II (limited 180 gram green vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: RBN 068LPX. Rel: 12 May 17
Indie
  1. The First Thing... (1:03)
  2. Heatwave (5:30)
  3. LA Blue (3:30)
  4. The Valley (2:08)
  5. Bad Night At Black's Beach (2:55)
  6. City Of Glass (5:08)
  7. Blue Skies (On Mars) (2:15)
  8. Dose (2:01)
  9. Us (3:29)
  10. Night Skiing (4:19)
  11. The Most Crucial Game (5:16)
  12. The Last Thing... (3:47)
Review: Aaron M. Olson's CV expands in a myriad directions, with L.A. Takedown being his purely instrumental project, and one that invites natural comparison with soundtrack work owing to its yacht-rock stylings and sci-fi synth, not to mention taking his moniker from a 1989 movie. The vision here however is one of a land where sun-scorched urban vistas are seized by dystopian dread, and Olson's sleight-of-hand and atmospheric prowess render him a dab hand in creating evocative soundscapes that unite retro and future alike. Lovers of M83 and Johnny Jewel take note.
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