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Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
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Review: ATP Recordings latest signing comes from debutants Sqarl, who waste no time in getting their proggy, daring guitar experimentations into play. "Pink Dust" is a distorted deluge of droning riffs and lo-fi drum patterns, whilst "Dead Naked Hippies" opts for an ever darker approach, resembling the sporadic drones of Mika Vainio's guitar-fuelled excursions, minus the vocals, of course. "Little Sister" is more uplifting and triumphant, whereas "Some Feedback For Josef Van Wissem" represents the more sound-scaping side of the band, creating rich and beautiful terrains of sonic bliss.
09 Apr 13
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Played by: Alkalino, Pablo Contraband (Disco Deviant), Max Riolo (Digital Imprint Trax), G-Blaster (Rotarydisco76), Jack Fell Down
Review: Having previously contributed acclaimed cuts to Wolf Music and Pets Recordings releases, Squarehead makes his debut on Sounds of Sumo. In keeping with his previous output, Close is full of the sort of bouncy, retro-futurist garage fare that's so popular right now; all of the original tracks here are fantastic examples of the sound, from the MK vibes of the title track, to the sparkling pianos of "Part Deux" and bumpin' late night deepness of "Unreal". Remix-wise, head straight for the basement-bothering boom-bap business of CDBL's almighty tweak of "Close".
19 May 13
Review: Anyone can knock up a screaming wobbler, but to give it funk and enduring appeal is another thing all together. Suffice to say Nasha Experience member Squarewave has nailed that tricky task on "Home Alone". The seesaw bass cuts through with menace yet seeps like a filthy liquid. "Rising Sun" lollops with much more of a traditional digidub flavour. "Restricted Area" returns to the darker side of the dance. More confrontational than "Home Alone" but not without its cheeky sonic spirit, it's aggy without being unnecessarily icy. "The Heist" brings us to a dramatic, cinematic climax with a great orchestral sample and awesome pranged out sighs and shuffles.
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Played by: Juno Recommends Gabba