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Out Of Control
PS 02
16 Oct 17
Techno
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Sharplines - "Out Of Control" - (5:52) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Nathaniel - "Blood Under Nails" - (5:00) 116 BPM
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Nathaniel - "Lolita" - (5:22) 126 BPM
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Nathaniel - "Dolores Haze" - (4:54) 124 BPM
from $1.92
Played by: Steve Pain
Review: This release had a lot to live up to, following the first release on Persephonic Sirens by Ancient Methods, but the music on the aptly-named Out Of Control rises to the occasion. Sharplines' sole contribution is the title track, a visceral, banging techno track, inspired by ebm as much as it is by The Mover's early 90s music. By contrast, Nathaniel's "Blood Under Nails" is a loop-y, tribal affair, peppered with tribal chants and featuring sharp percussion. However, it turns out to be a temporary divergence and "Lolita" resounds to pounding kicks, grating riffs and shrieking vocals, while closing track "Dolores Haze" sees Nathaniel roll out bruising break beats as a basis for more weird, slightly disturbing vocals.
Out Of Control
150779 6283299
16 Oct 17
Techno
BUY
Sharplines - "Out Of Control" - (5:52) 132 BPM
BUY
Nathaniel - "Blood Under Nails" - (5:00) 116 BPM
BUY
Nathaniel - "Lolita" - (5:22) 126 BPM
BUY
Nathaniel - "Dolores Haze" - (4:54) 124 BPM
from $1.92
Review: This release had a lot to live up to, following the first release on Persephonic Sirens by Ancient Methods, but the music on the aptly-named Out Of Control rises to the occasion. Sharplines' sole contribution is the title track, a visceral, banging techno track, inspired by ebm as much as it is by The Mover's early 90s music. By contrast, Nathaniel's "Blood Under Nails" is a loop-y, tribal affair, peppered with tribal chants and featuring sharp percussion. However, it turns out to be a temporary divergence and "Lolita" resounds to pounding kicks, grating riffs and shrieking vocals, while closing track "Dolores Haze" sees Nathaniel roll out bruising break beats as a basis for more weird, slightly disturbing vocals.
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