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04 Jul 11
Review: Maya Medvesek cuts loose her former 8Bitch guise with this release for Svetlana Industries. The first two tracks in particular have a bold, anthemic quality to them that is both instantly accessible and satisfying. The production itself is weighty, with a rumbling bottom end and a healthy dose of dirt, but it's the optimistic, reaching-for-the-skies feeling that "Night Bird" especially has which will see this tune explode. Unknown To The Unknown meanwhile delivers an abrasive remix of "Night Bird", which finds a groove and slams it hard, matching the chunkiness to be found elsewhere on the EP.
12 Nov 12
Review: 'Unknown' anonymously contacted lots of blogs a while back, to introduce their new 'hush hush' side project. It could be a hoax of course, but that didn't stop everybody from here to Timbuktu (including Ellie Goulding) raving about it. In fact it's the latter's involvement that's led to speculation that it's actually the work of her recent beau, Skrillex. Who knows for sure, but what isn't in doubt is the quality of the music. #001 is a slow tropical affair, with a constant thumping kick and deep-in-the-Amazon atmospherics. Elsewhere we have the warped R&G(litch) of #002 (complete with 'ethereal' female vocals, wink wink) and the Actress-aping weirdness of #004.
23 Jul 10
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06 Dec 10
Review: While it may be low on subtleties, this release by an unknown producer scores highly in the entertainment stakes. The title track is an upfront, pumping techno track, littered with big drops, and more notably featuring trancey hooks and a big diva vocal that sounds very familiar - and explains why the author went to lengths to protect his identity! "Funky Thrillin' Disco Balls" is more straightforward, a slamming, rolling groove full of insidious samples that is closer in style to loop techno's party tendencies. However, if you're looking for a truly unpretentious anthem, then make sure to check the title track.
KOMPAKT CD 98
26 Mar 12
Played by: Flash Atkins