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Untold - Black Light Spiral (2014)

22-02-2014, 06:00
Music | Electronic | Techno

Untold - Black Light Spiral (2014)

Artist: Untold
Title Of Album: Black Light Spiral
Year Of Release: 24 feb 2014
Label: Hemlock Recordings / HEK023
Genre: Techno, Experimental
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:40:06
Total Size: 88 mb

01 Untold - 5 Wheels
02 Untold - Drop It On The One
03 Untold - Sing a love Song
04 Untold - Doubles
05 Untold - Wet Wool
06 Untold - Strange Dreams
07 Untold - Hobthrush
08 Untold - Ion

Crushing debut album from forward UK producer Untold. His 'Black Light Spiral' is an airless, borderline-aggressive assault on the dance borne from nigh on two decades immersed in British rave culture. Since 2008, with releases on his Hemlock imprint, for close chums Hessle Audio, and for Clone and R&S, among others, he's been instrumental in the post-Dubstep field with clinical appropriations of Breakstep, Grime, and most recently, European Techno. He's regularly touted as a producer's producer, a don among the baying, bassbin-dwelling throng, so as you'd imagine his debut album is an eagerly awaited statement for many. Across 8 tracks and 40 minutes he eschews any sense of romantic rave nostalgia in favour of focussing on bludgeoning, masculine-dread dystopia. Opening to the cacophony of sirens and distant soundsystem rumble, '5 Wheels' sets the scene before 'Drop It on the One' and 'Sing a Love Song' mangle strafing FM signals with blown-out, roiling ragga techno sound design, and 'Doubles' canters on a dried-out techno groove. 'Wet Wool' follows with more amorphous, impressionistic sound design, whilst 'Strange Dreams' and the aggy charge of 'Hobthrush' rags a jagged, grimacing sort of martial techno akin to recent Perc moves.

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brando   User offline   22 February 2014 06:26

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