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Review: A commendable three-track EP from Dark Ages here on the Frite Nite label which focuses on a more stripped back sound with a dose of cheekiness added in for good measure. "Anansie's Revenge" kicks off with a series of clicking beats, hollow, echoing sounds and sci-fi sounding synths and develops into a low-slung number with murmuring bass below. "Ark Storm", up next, blends dramatic, sweeping synths with clinking melodies and bass squelches, while "Wrong Ghetto" brings the "First Born" EP to an end with simmering sub bass, quirky synth squeals and an ominous overtone from the off. Deep, dark and mysterious stuff.
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Review: Frite Nite label boss Paul Salva teams up with fellow American west coaster Grenier (who's recently changed his name from DJG, and who's constantly impressed hugely with some unique bass/step visions). The pair share their talents across two new tunes - the stunning "Wake The Dead", which wraps electro vibes around a variety of different styles on a haunted tip thanks to some polyrhythmic drum work, and "Forest Floor" which is far less cluttered and will find favour with fans of Hud Mo, Machinedrum et al.
04 Oct 11