Bit Of Garden (Prins Thomas remix) - (6:59) 60 BPM
Review: More remix hits from the Smalltown Supersound machine that is Prins Thomas, master engineer over there in Norway. The man in mention plies his hand to two Yoshinori Hayashi numbers taken from the artist's 2018 Ambivalent album. What can we say, a sweet kick drum creams an already huge mix in "0208", while falling keys and mirrored pianos play the motif over the interstellar bassline and progressions of "Bit Of Garden". Pumping tones and a dub sensation of electronics have a time of their life too with the ringing vibraphones of "Geckos" and the cosmic exotica of Bjorn Torske's remake.
Review: Abstract club sounds from Tunisia make their way into the dance-sphere once more thanks to Deena Abdelwahed and French label Infin?. With varying strokes of percussion, dubstep, tribal and punky attitudes thrown into a mix of syncopated rhythms, atmospheres, textures and field recordings, Abdelwahed's tracks push the experimental aspect of a four-track dance EP to a new extended point. Aggy basslines dominate the shaded and disgruntled market grooves of "Ah'na Hakkeka", brought to call even further by the mystical folk, strings and staccato rhythms of "Insaniyti". More urban and undercover, exotic attitudes make their way into "Zardet Sidi Bagra" with dub poetics laced throughout the deeper club trip "Lila Fi Tounes". Highly Recommended.