Shipping This Week:
Written on Monday, January 7th, 2019

Soiree Records International – Various Artists – Plexity – SRT170


…the simplistic complexity of subliminal melodic aggression.
Drivetrain (Detroit, USA) – “Lozen”
A paradoxal tribal eruption crafted by label chief, Derrick Thompson.
Filtered patternization built on barbaric harmonic algorithms.
Teknobrat (Ottawa City, CANADA) – “Relapse”
A vicious debut headlining a twisted, distorted analog synth abducted by
a rancid 909 beat machine.
DJ Mourad (Tunis, TUNISIA) – “All Fixed Up”
We welcome another revered DJ/Producer, this one takes
an expedition through incalculable rainbows of acid-tech and the unexplained.
Hughes Giboulay (Beaucaire, FRANCE) – “Genése”
Another first installment to Soiree…highlighting an emotionally driven
chord progression with encapsulating rhythm incisions, biting at the bass foundation.

A1: Drivetrain – Lozen

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A2: Teknobrat – Relapse

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B1: DJ Mourad – All Fixed Up

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B2: Hughes Giboulay – Genése

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Closer – Moomin – Concrete Grounds – Closer 009


Listen up. Moomin is back on his label “Closer”. Following his album “Yesterday’s Tomorrows”, released last May on “Wolf”, the northern German Berliner-by-choice Sebastian Genz deepens his warm significant sound jungle from hip-hop, jazz and house. On catalogue no. 9 he explores further exciting depths of closer and related genres.
The A-side starts with “Concrete” creating a warm breakbeat mood. Including soft pads, long strings and light spacey elements the track opens the door to a warm winterly club fireplace.

Moomin’s most ravey track so far is “Grounds”. A massive and dry 4-to-the-floor banger which has strong references to UK garage and comes with long cleaned up snares cool and crisp. Big room emotions while carrying Moomin’s distinct flavor. An exciting change of perspectives. Big up.

A1: Concrete

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B1: Grounds

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