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The Last Tortuga
ERS 008
04 Nov 13
Experimental/Electronic
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Highway - (5:52) 60 BPM
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Circle Dance - (5:48) 60 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Tortuga - (4:46) 92 BPM
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Route 242 - (3:59) 64 BPM
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Meditation - (5:12) 60 BPM
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Tiptoe In The Sand - (8:07) 101 BPM
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Black Deer
888003 417977
12 Nov 13
Experimental/Electronic
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It's Like The Way It Used To Be - (16:25) 58 BPM
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Rambling Rumble Stone - (5:35) 61 BPM
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First Of September - (5:45) 62 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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New Break - (4:14) 62 BPM
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Holiday - (6:51) 60 BPM
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Strike 3 - (6:33) 66 BPM
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The Last Remixes
ERS 014
23 Feb 15
Deep House
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Circle Dance (Nacho Patrol remix) - (5:23) 120 BPM
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Meditation (Luke Wyatt remix) - (4:46) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Highway (Sad City remix) - (8:05) 150 BPM
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Tortuga (Valet remix) - (5:02) 120 BPM
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Review: William Burnett (Black Deer) returns to Emotional Response in remix form with reworks from Legowelt as Nacho Patrol, Luke Wyatt (aka Torn Hawk), Scottish artist Sad City and Oregon experimentalist Honey Owens under her Valet alias. Nacho Patrol's take of the ear pricking "Circle Dance" gives the track a house music make over, with its "Voodoo Ray" styled synths again give precedence. Luke Wyatt turns in an emotional and surfy, synth punk remix to "Meditation" that sounds like it could soundtrack a montage from the finale scenes of an '80s TV show for teenagers, while Sad City lets loose on the delay when remixing "Highway". And it's all open road, neon streaks of vapourware for Valet's reanimation of "Tortuga".
Fascinating Holiday
WT 00
05 May 17
Experimental/Electronic
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Ambient - (2:48) 93 BPM
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Cigarettes On The Roof - (4:38) 59 BPM
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Fascinating Holiday - (6:05) 60 BPM
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No One To Come Home To - (5:17) 112 BPM
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First Base - (5:49) 66 BPM
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67 Fallout - (5:48) 60 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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She Is Coming - (7:06) 62 BPM
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Recluse Infinity - (3:32) 59 BPM
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Post War - (3:40) 88 BPM
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Review: Originally out on the God-like LIES imprint back in 2016, Willie Burns' most recent appearance under the Black Deer moniker was crying out for a digital release. Luckily, the man himself has put it out through his painfully reliable WT imprint, so this doesn't feel like a complete compromise in the face of that sweet, original cassette version. As for the music, this is Burns at his most explorative, where the foundational house style that he usually opts for is replaced with pensive, introspective shards of electronica that meander off into the noisier ends of the ambient / drone stratosphere. What we've always loved about the Black Deer sound is that present, unmistakable feel of the forces of nature; we don't know how the man does it, but something animalistic is most certainly at the core of these sound experiments. You'd be a fool not to...
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