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VA - 14 Tracks: Slowest Uncommon Dominators (2014)

10-09-2014, 13:47
Music | Electronic | House | Techno

VA - 14 Tracks: Slowest Uncommon Dominators (2014)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: 14 Tracks: Slowest Uncommon Dominators
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Boomkat / 14 Tracks / bundle_297
Genre: Electronic, House, Techno
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:25:37
Total Size: 197 mb

1. KAREEM : Ligeria (6:11)
2. CUB : CU – 1 (Original Mix) (6:43)
3. FISHERMEN : Black Haze (6:52)
4. SHIFTED : Burning Tyres (7:58)
5. STREETWALKER : Ooze (Silent Servant remix) (6:56)
6. YØR : Fear and Desire (5:37)
7. CLIFF LOTHAR : Ringleader (5:53)
8. PEDER MANNERFELT : Gulo Gulo Caesitas (3:56)
9. POSITIVE CENTRE : Field of Tongues (5:48)
10. MILLIE & ANDREA : Back Down (7:31)
11. LOW JACK : Flashes (4:53)
12. SOUTH LONDON ORDNANCE : Black Acre feat. Brolin (Chris Carter Remix) (5:46)
13. TOLOUSE LOW TRAX : Vineland (6:46)
14. TAKAHIRO MUKAI : #122309 (4:40)

This week we scan slower strains of techno all working at sub 120bpm. All tracks are sequenced in roughly descending order on the tempo scale, plunging from the pendulous 'Ligeria' off Kareem's sick new Zhark 12" right down to the half-speed bounce of Takahiro Mukai's mutant '#122309' for Where To Now?. In between, you'll find some of our favourite techno trax of recent years, fathoming CUB's roiling killller 'CU - 1' and Fisherman's stormy epic 'Black Haze' - available here as an exclusive download - plus the room-razing Silent Servant remix of 'Ooze' on Diagonal Records. Deeper down, there's the furtive 'Fear and Desire' from Hamburg's Yør, and the thrumming, wavey gait of Cliff Lothar's 'Ringleader' and Peder Mannerfelt's dry heaver. Berlin's Positive Centre follows suit with the slow-style surge, 'Field Of Tongues' beside Millie & Andrea's glaring 'Back Down' and the blinding intensity of 'Low Jack's 'Flashes', before we take it really slow with Chris Carter's psychedelic remix of SLO and Tolouse Low Trax's grinding 'Vineland'. It's not a new idea, doing sh*t slower, but these guys have really forged something unique and effective by inverting dancefloor perceptions and decelerating to darker, unusual spaces.

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