PES­SOAS QUE EU CONHEÇO UMA CARTA DE AMOR PARA SEGA 001 VIVID EL­E­MENTS PROS­TI­TUTES SUCK OUT THE REA­SON SKULL BONE

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - MUSIC -

(40% Foda/Maneiris­simo) Some laid­back, slightly lo-fi techno from Brazil, cour­tesy of the al­ways re­li­able 40% Foda crew. A snaking 303 line winds through this one, lend­ing some bite to track with an other­wise sunny dis­po­si­tion.

(Gal­doors) Beau­ti­ful arp work and del­i­cate per­cus­sion work com­bine on this new one from the Gal­doors la­bel. There’s just a hint of rol­lage go­ing on, with an un­hur­ried groove swing­ing just enough to get feet mov­ing. (Odd Fre­quen­cies) New one from the Dublin pro­ducer (right), now res­i­dent in New York. Skull Bone has a tougher techno edge than some pre­vi­ous work, crank­ing its way into a heady col­lage of rough drums, Drex­ciyan synth work and bub­bly bass.

(Spec­trum Spools) Though it’s fair to say Jim Donadio’s Pros­ti­tutes started out with as much noise as techno in its make-up, this track marks a clear pro­gres­sion to­wards pure rhyth­mic in­ven­tion. With its spare and dan­ger­ously swung breaks, this could al­most be a Liv­ity Sound re­lease. Al­most.

(Ostgut Ton)

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