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  • Release Date 2014-06-16
  • Label ViAAL Rec
  • Catalog V1
Kicking off our brave new world adventure with ViAAL is Dutch dark disco aficionado Drvg Cvltvre AKA Vincent Koreman, a veteran electronic music producer known amongst others in the past as RA-X with releases on Bunker and KK Records. Under this new guise his style has become more experimental with releases on Permanent Vacation, Warp and play-listed by the likes of Perc, Jokers of the Scene, Ali Renault and John Talabot. This EP is all about light and shade - the yin and the yang. There are beautiful, abnormal and obscure moments that wash over and unnerve the listener. The original of Airplane Hangar On Stun echoes around the brain with shadowy rhythms, eski-house basslines and proto-trance melodies. Its jagged atmosphere sucks you into a swirling snapshot of street-life, lost forever in space-time. Clouded Vision's Matt Walsh and Steve Cook conjure up alchemy on the remix, transmuting the title track into a heads down, slo-motion analog basement jam. Wonky bassline, old school drum machines? What's not to love? Next up from Vincent is Tunity Box. Crisp percussion with triggered vocals, swerving pads and, after the long building tension, a huge interstellar ACIDO back end that wigs out spectacularly. It's groovy in the extreme, but always with bizarre and mysterious undertones. Dance away, but keep one eye on the exit. The final track Lurker is a `Stakker Humanoid' type affair, relentless and powerful - please don't listen to it alone or if you are feeling unwell. From driving bassline and roaring rhythm track to dissonant pads, grungy bridges and twisted FX. It's 6am on day two of the basement party with a single red laser and a strobe light as your only friends. ...
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