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Rainer Veil - New Brutalism (2014)

31-01-2014, 15:04
Music | Electronic | Techno | Garage | Dubstep/Grime | FLAC / APE

Rainer Veil - New Brutalism (2014)

Artist: Rainer Veil
Title Of Album: New Brutalism
Year Of Release: jan 2014
Label: Modern Love / LOVE092
Genre: Bass, Future Garage, Techno, Electronic
Quality: Flac (tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 00:31:41
Total Size: 171 mb

*35-minute EP, initial copies pressed on coloured vinyl, mastered and cut by Matt Colton, pressed at Pallas* One year on from their debut, Rainer Veil explore deep, brittle rave variants on their 2nd EP for Modern Love. The five tracks of 'New Brutalism' are a product of their Northern environment, making pointed reference to the kind of deep-rooted rave heritage documented in Mark Leckey's 'Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore' soundtrack through a prism of angular, vulnerable club music. Conceptually, it adopts a similar perspective on British nightlife to Burial or Lee Gamble, surveying the 'floor as if during an out-of-body experience or through closed eyes from a corner of the club at 5am. Opening track, 'UK Will Not Survive' captures that sensation beautifully with its tape-saturated layers of wistful vocal, woody 2-step, and daubs of Reese bass, whilst 'Three Day Jag' isolates that curious blend of hedonism and introspection innate to early UK 'ardcore, albeit without the narco-sweats. Closing number 'Run Out' doffs a cap to grey building sites and strobe-lit clubs alike, channeling diffuse field recordings and half-heard breakbeats with a bleary-eyed, tired, and emotional quality.

1. UK Will Not Survive 5:42
2. Negative Space 5:25
3. Three Day Jag 7:54
4. Strangers 5:48
5. Run Out 6:49

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