After a series of releases on Minus and Cocoon, Julian Jeweil finally makes the transition to that other great big room label, Drumcode. However, the title track is not typical of the sound of Adam Beyer's label and revolves around dense, rough percussion, heavy chord stabs and buzzing acid lines, topped off with decidedly old school drum rolls. "Blue" is also somewhat atypical and sees the French producer deploy a killer ebm-style bass and synth melodies that wouldn't sund out of place on an Italo record. "Venice" is more in line with the Drumcode sound as the French producer drops a rolling, tracky groove, replete with clicking percussion and chopped up vocal samples, while "Traffic" resonates to a similar, loopy arrangement and hiccupping vocals.
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