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Written on Monday, February 25th, 2019


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After “Kenk!” [Brutaż-04], it took a while to persuade Carlo Maria to share his beat-oriented material on Brutaż, along with the most emotional tune ever. So here we are:
“606 dub” is endless & slow, based around the idea of whether a failed attempt of making something functional can become affective and groovy when repeated and layered enough times in a row, on top of itself.
With “Fast Backwards” Carlo is departing from a domain of continuity and stilness, resulting in a psychedelic, fluid techno track that would wake up a dancefloor at 5am and put it to sleep again.
“Stella Maris (Core)” is a huuuuge love story set in Bologna Conservatory. It’s vivid. It’s emotional & strong. Not a careless whisper, though, but rather a static and detailed expression of affection. A tune for special occasions like when you’re going through something you can’t name yet.
“Stella Maris (606 version)” gives that motif a twist, turning it into a tech house’y tune where the emo-chord is turned into a catchy melody that makes the whole track build up in a way that’s almost contradictory to the original version.
Doppio is where emotional calculation and static funkiness meet. And it shares certain elements with Carlo’s work as a part of Punctum duo (along with Caterina Barbieri). It’s for humans.



A1: 606 Dub

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A2: Fast Backwards

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B1: Stella Maris (Core)

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B2: Stella Maris (606 version)

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Kann – Perm – Quewupp – Kann38


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After several untitled tracks and remix outputs, Perm serves his debut EP on Kann and continues on a relentless path. The three track excursion leads from subtle hypnotic techno over to fast sweet Detroit love into the deepest realm of krauty acidic vibes.



A1: Quewupp

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B1: Brablank

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B2: YPT

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Ultrastretch – Vendi – Teyat Prior EP – u_stretch 10


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The tenth release on Sammy Dee’s Ultrastretch label comes from Vendi, titled ‘Teyat Prior.’
Vendi, a Berlin-based French artist, has previously released on Hoxton London and Bodyparts. As he continues to establish himself as a touring DJ-producer, he cultivates his passion for the arts across a strata of different skills and techniques, including drawing, which has flourished into Vendi becoming a growing tattoo artist, and by playing several acoustic instruments, among them guitar, piano, bass, and drums. He found his way into electronic music in his early 20s by spinning records for his friends at private parties, which moved into mixing at local clubs; he’s since settled in the German capital and become influenced by the minimal-centric output of those artists in his orbit. His Black Sketch Records imprint will launch in 2019.
Title track “Teyat Prior” is an upbeat dancefloor cut with light chords and hypnotic drums; “Haedus,” meanwhile, is a more playful, warped out affair, perfect for the after-hours sunrise. Closing the release out is “Gnosia,” a dark and driving track with gloomy chords over a skippy beat.
The three-track release follows label appearances from Seuil, Giuliano Lomonte, and Foehn & Jerome, among others.



A1: Teyat Prior

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B1: Haedus

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B2: Gnosia

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