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lamin fofana - What Elijah Said
Dutty Artz follow their tropical bass agenda to introduce the synth-seared fusions of Lamin Fofana. Originally from Guinea, via Sierra Leone, and now based in New York, Lamin puts a wealth of experience and environments into his sound, crossing bridges between Southern Bounce, African Hi-Tek, and sublime electronics with coherent ease. 'Happy 2010//Dark Days Are Coming' opens the set with a crushed rolling motion, like a halfspeed dread version of Shaangaan electro transferring far moodier vibes. 'I Will Admonish You And Give You Absolution' steps the pace to a more sinuous bounce mode with slowfast snare rolls and ultra-glaring synth motifs, before 'What Elijah Said // Eye On The Devil' takes the atmosphere far darker, electronic and downbeat, sounding strangely like Vladislav Delay meets Raime, if you get me? Closing matters on a melancholy dancefloor vibe, 'Dance In Yr Blood' gives Afro-Funky-compatible percussion topped with spherical metallic signals which we'd more commonly associate with techno, placing him out there like some darker adjunct to DVA. An effortlessly intriguing set, totally worth your time...