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30 Apr 12
Review: After releasing a swathe of edits between 2004 and 2006, Red Rack'Em has persistently kept up an impressive output of interesting electronic music. The title track on his latest EP, "If Only The Past", plays tricks on your inner rhythm with its loose percussion, Detroit driven pads and a deep vocal injection. The bassline and the kick drum work in conjunction with an immersive bass tone, enveloping you in low-frequency hypnosis. "Alone Always" is a sluggish yet fiercely moving house jam. A well placed medley of samples, startling pads and sharp chords punctuate a penetrating beat - best suited to an early-morning, sub-level sweatbox.
04 Jun 10
Review: Red Rack'em is a name you will frequently check in the coming months. The Nottingham based producer wowed the likes of Todd Terje and Prins Thomas with his Hot Coins Disco Edit series in 2005/6. Danny Berman has since been called on to provide epic re-rubs by ace imprints such as Tirk and Hometaping, as well as putting out EPs for Auttodiscoteque and the Detroit imprint Undertones (which included the awesome "Nightshift") This EP, the debut release for Shift London, is Berman's deepest release to date. "Underground" sees a dubbed out Detroit groove teased out over a driving bass line and understated kick drum. "Exhalt" tunnels even further into the machine functions of ever so warm deep house, with the quirkiest of synth lines arising in unison with a kick drum from the electronic ether to smile inducing results.
03 Nov 08