Monday, 23 March
**Flac format for this release contains 24 / 48 kHz bit audio** Lovely lower case ambient guitar pieces and sweeping, cinematic neo-classical statements from Michael Krasner's Boxhead Ensemble.
*Technoid beat experiments from North America* "'Hue' marks the official debut EP from NYC/LA artist Eaves. Four visceral tracks of dark, dystopian beats inspired by architecture, interface, and physicality."
**Deluxe double album edition** Following up the success of his 'Black Dynamite' film score, Adrian Younge presents his latest endeavour for Wax Poetics: a dark mix of psychedelic soul and Hip Hop-inspired cinematic instrumentals under the name of Venice Dawn. 'Something About April' features Younge revisiting his earlier, more baroque instrumental work inspired by the likes of Morricone, Portishead and RZA, and consolidating that with the gritty soul of his Black Dynamite output to find a fertile, sweet and melancholic middle ground measured with his deeply studious, authentic approach.
The bastion of deepest Detroit house sparkles on his latest Sistrum mission. 'Nostalgia' plays out a beautifully trim and slinky groove rent with starry, twinkling synths; 'Sequence Two' ups the ante with electrified bass synth and piquant arpeggios right on the soul-biting point.
Patrice Scott rounds up four sophisticated grooves on the cusp of deep house and techno for Sistrum. The Detroit staple teams up with Chris Mitchell as Modular One for hypno-house drive of 'Quasar', bringing Johannes Volk on board for the serpentine techno writhe of 'Steam', before Marco Zenker applies some deep pressure with 'Second Flight', and Sharif Anderson debuts with the impressively rounded, dub-spacious techno-house designs of 'Future Acid Test'.
"Continuing Infinite Machine's UK club takeover, LTD Colours contribute the murkiest of the murky for our latest entry,which is odd, considering the hard-hitting duo (comprised of Riccardo Baldoni and Federico Nosari) are from Milan. Their extensive background in jungle and drum & bass production, however, explains their unwavering allegiance to Commonwealth pirate radio sonics. Operating in between that and the Italian scene's penchant for turning bass music on its head, it's no wonder their EP is titled "In Between", and it's no wonder it's as liminal as they come. Opening track "Und… Read more