Jake Martin aka Hodge has been releasing on Berceuse Heroique since 2014, but Beneath Two Moons is his most clubby release yet for the label. It comes after Hodge's off the wall experiments with Peder Mannerfelt, and feels like the Bristol producer is happy to go down the dance floor route with renewed vigour. The title track is a robust tribal affair, with cymbals crashing and droning sounds rising up through the ether, while on "There is a Storm Coming", he uses an ominous bass in tandem with waves of nightmarish synths to create the effect that the track's title suggests. "Don't Holds Your Breath" is by contrast, deeper and more frazzled - a bit like The Cyclist's Buz Ludzha side project- while Hodge finishes this masterful release back where he began, with the swirling, evocative ambient of "All is not Lost".
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