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Rubber Sole
1080P 36
06 Jan 15
Experimental/Electronic
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Second Helpings - (0:45) 60 BPM
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Better Off Alone - (4:02) 52 BPM
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Get Up - (6:34) 94 BPM
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Restate - (1:54) 76 BPM
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Restate (dance edit) - (4:10) 59 BPM
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Sheffie - (2:17) 83 BPM
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Bb - (2:49) 62 BPM
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Future Goner - (2:34) 83 BPM
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Trsx Moon - (5:48) 50 BPM
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Tread - (1:43) 61 BPM
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May B So - (4:23) 77 BPM
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Guu Yuu - (6:55) 60 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: The rise of Vancouver as a hotbed of off-kilter deep house and electronica, variously inspired by new age, early '90s ambient, tropical rhythms and psychedelia, was one of the stories of 2014. Much of the credit should go to tape and digital outlet 1080p, which - like Vancouver contemporaries Mood Hut - has done much to showcase the City's previously unknown producers. They're at it again here, delivering a typically immersive, tactile and dreamy debut from Neu Balance, AKA producers Sam Beatch and Sebastian Davidson. Rubber Soles is a wondrous concoction; a kind of gently drifting fusion of ultra-deep house, breezy electronics, glitchy rhythms, whispered ambience and experimental interludes. We have a sneaking suspicion we'll be hearing plenty more from them in 2015.
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