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23 Apr 12
Review: Fourth Wave move on from their slew of Gerry Read and Presk releases and find a logical next step in the form of Felix Lenferink. Kicking off with "First Bouree", crisp techy rhythms abound before a clean and punchy chord sequence comes in. It's the warbling high-end synth that makes the track though, coming on like a spannered take on G-funk. "Second Bouree" is a much more slippery devil, as a fractured 2-step beat gets intermittently halted for passing guitar drones, only to recommence with subtle pads and tones delicately laid on top. Adeptly landing in the unusual pocket of mutant house music that Fourth Wave seems to treasure, Lenferink could pose another exciting talent, much like his label mates.
30 Oct 12
Played by: Hxdb
Review: Making quite a splash with his brilliant EP for Ramp sub-label Fourth Wave, Dutch producer Felix Lenferink returns on Shipwrec with a similarly intricate trio of bass/house dissections. "First Forlane" comes across like a jazzy, broken-beat take on fellow Dutchman 2562's choppy techno, as churning subs mingle with autumnal melodies, while "Second Forlane" is a more driving production, combining neon synths with forceful kicks and metallic percussion, creating something very much in the Jacques Greene mould. "Third Forlane" offers Lenferink's most stripped back offering, piling discordant keys over dry 808 rhythms, combining with a bold vocal with rich harmonics.