An imaginary recording studio that is a cross between King Tubby's on Dromilly Ave, Kingston, and the Radiophonic Workshop's Maida Vale studio in London, Dromilly Vale is the setting for the creation of Bristol producer Ekoplekz's excellent record on Public Information. It's a fascinating concept, and one that's pulled off with considerable finesse; intro "Dick Mills Blues" frames this idea with a cracked fog of soothing tones that could be considered sun-drenched, whilst the rest of the EP experiments extensively with the sonic qualities of the idea, with "Dromilly Vale" firing analogue bullets into an echo chamber and "Neutronix" sounding like a frantic 80s VHS ident caked in spring reverb. Far from being a novelty that wears thin, this is undoubtedly some of the producer's strongest work to date.
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