How The Fire Started (feat SREBREV - KiNK dub) - (3:55) 137 BPM
How The Fire Started (feat SREBREV - KiNK vocal) - (3:55) 137 BPM
Review: The formulation of Kink's emergening Sofia label takes shape by giving young Bulgarian producer and DJ, Raredub (real name Petar Vasev), a full debut with the Moover EP. Delivering some energetic and emotion-fuelled electro music all the way, its five tracks feature two remakes from Kink himself. Leading the EP though is the light-hearted and melodic spirit of title track which sees this EP flirt with notions of fidget house in "Drivebuss" next some bassline house in "Hijacked" - as if lifting its motif from a mid-2000s sound. Keeping it steppy and deep in "The Brothers Lionheart", Kink personally doubles down on "How The Fire Started" in both a vocal stuttering dub and rave centric vocal mix. Raredub mooves in.
Review: Through their already super-impressive run of releases, the Ansia crew have made a real name for themselves by exploring outside-the-box sound design within their projects. This latest four track Various release is a good example of that creative approach, kicking off with the stuttered, semi-industrial sounds of 'XCUSEME' from BFTT, utilizing metallic percussive twists and unusual vocal processing with wicked results. Next, Metrist explores the aquatic realms of techno with a warbling compositional exploration on 'LB Steaua', before the more classic, bubbling techy textures of 'Gran Macello Ad Ostia' from Piezo jumps into some party starting flavour with it's constantly evolving percussive involvement. Finally, things get a little more unusual as Siete Catorce unleashes a lively, electronic funk out with 'Serrano', a high tempo combination of cartoonistic sampling and drum crunches, giving the project as a whole a seriously high level finale.