Denbossa / Miramola

by Project E

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Audio Texture Both tracks are deceptively simple yet utterly effective, hypnotic, feel good winners - the sort of tunes that just kill it when dropped at the right moment but which no one will be able to describe or remember properly at the end of the night. Favorite track: Denbossa.


“Denbossa” uses bleeps for oil drum orchestration. Computer Calypso. Minor chords balance robotic crashes, mechanical energy reaching for the organic. Four or five rhythmic loops circle each other in a Round. It`s instantly intoxicating. The method owes something to modern Classical composers like Reich and Glass, the beat owing something to the sunshine skip of “Stop Bajon”. Faded Rave (Bones) breaks. A Warp bassline. It had me standing on a beach, alone, soaked, after dancing the finale at Es Paradis. All excited. Could we retake the White Isle?

“Mira Mola” runs fragments of piano through Biting Tongues` sequencer, to create a darker interior, like the Cutmaster G mixes of “Sueno Latino”, the night made black for a moment, only to be brightly illuminated by a shower of shining voltage, attack, delay, sustain and release.

- Dr. Rob, Test Pressing 2014


released July 7, 2014



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