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Review: Putting something a little different out there for D&B DJs, London spinner Temper D offers up this breathtaking EP from Brandon Miles and Tricky Pat. From Portland and Vermont respectively, these two have an innovative and refreshing take on the genre, a million miles away from the mountains of formulaic D&B.
As Temper himself says: "They can really have an amazing effect at parties, provided you mix out of them with something with a bit of energy!". If only all label bosses were so thoughtful. Lead track Sulpher has a stuttering Dubstep-styled beat with some awesome beatless sections for stunning mixouts.
Pip Squeak will again work wonders in sets, coming in with a half-tempo swing that doesn't feel lazy but instead provides a classy way to switch up styles, with plenty of crescendos that are begging to be mixed out of. Radio X and Sex In Slime are two seriously dark and twisted tunes that the right DJ could deploy with huge effect. Having already been played by London Electricity, Doc Scott, Raiden and of course Temper D himself, these 4 tracks come seriously recommended.
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The Young Brain Strives Forth & Cultivates Its Own Nourishment, For It Knows Not If The Surrounding Fruit Is Sweet Or Sick - (4:16)
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Review: Daniel Menche has been on just about every credible experimental label around, from Jon Wonzencroft's Touch to Antifrost and coming back this time on his regular Editions Mego spot. His productions are complex and brimming with grit, having been an inspiration for countless contemporary artists, both within the field of noise and drone. but also house and techno. His latest amalgamation of sounds comes in a two piece format, each part consisting of almost twenty minutes of madness, starting with "Marriage Of Metals 1", where Menche goes straight in with a bang, propelling his usual blend of metallic power electronics and convoluted background atmospherics. "Marriage Of Metals 2" carries on from its predecessor, this time calming the storm but utilising the same wardrobe of acoustics and sonic accessories.
15 Apr 13
Review: Quanta Of Light sees a New Touch broadcast from a truly pioneering figure of modern electronic sound design in the form of Daniel Menche. Having been producing since 1989, he's featured on pretty much every serious label there is in the world of ambient, drone, noise and experimental music, and we finally have this beautiful LP cut see a deserved digital release. Each collage is a near-20 minute voyage in the ether and starting with "Quanta of Light I", Menche builds and destroys his own personal sound world, with an individual ability to align crude noises with majestic, unwinding pads, to paint a rather delicate but bold picture of his own musical ideas. The same can be said for "Quanta Of Light II", where the concept unfolds with patience and grace to leave us yearning for 20 more hours of wide-screen soundscapes.
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