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  • Release Date 2010-11-12
  • Label Clink
  • Catalog CLINK024
Clink 024 is a nostalgic collaboration from three of our original cast members; Tim Xavier, Tony Rohr, and Camea. This is how it all began, with Tim and Tony's surprise hit record in 2005 under the Afternoon Coffee Boys moniker on Clink 001. Over the last five years, the duo has managed to stay together through a whirlwind of life changes, and their music is stronger than ever. After two years of independent projects, we are proud to announce that the ACB have finally reunited with two outstanding techno pieces titled, "Riding the Edge (v1 and v2)". In the first version of the track Tim and Tony ride the edge of experiment, combining signature Xavier percussion with Tony's live synthesis modulation; creating a sexy, evolving minimal piece that propels listeners through whirling melodies and kaleidoscopic atmosphere. The result is an unparalleled, orbiting excursion into the vortex of their sound, finding a place where, quite possibly, Science and Fiction might be inclined to meet for an afternoon social. In V2, the ACB ride the edge of execution, using their seasoned techniques to create a dance floor masterpiece that has all of the pieces perfectly in place. This techno arrangement is light and effortless, but still bangs it's way into a peak time crate with ease. Tony and Tim leave no mercy in this arrangement, putting their best foot forward to create quality, mixable techno. Finally, Camea puts her two cents in with a tech house remix, taking the original pieces and modulating them with delay effects and chorus automation. Adding some additional basslines to make it her own, she seals the deal with an "acid" vocal, taking the release to a whole new level with psychotropic elements and funky percussion.


Riding The Edge

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