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VA - V - Five Years Of Artefacts - Chapter Four (2015) lossless

21-01-2015, 02:02
Music | Techno | FLAC / APE

VA - V - Five Years Of Artefacts - Chapter Four (2015) lossless

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: V - Five Years Of Artefacts - Chapter Four
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Stroboscopic Artefacts / SA5YEARS04
Genre: Techno
Quality: Flac
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 00:23:12
Total Size: 144 mb

1 Jonas Kopp - Shibu
2 Dadub - Force Continuum Abuse
3 Eomac - I Am Starting To Believe
4 Chevel - Alicia

Jonas Kopp pumps the drums hard on opener 'Shibu'. It is pure peak-time material, fit with siren-like synths, heavy kicks and hi-hats to get the shoulders moving. Kopp's tracks are always masterfully tailored for the dancefloor, and this is no exception; the six-and-a-half-minute ride is richly detailed with ups, downs and subtle changes. Dadub take the record deeper with 'Force Continuum Abuse'. For the first three minutes of stretched soundscape, the percussion warms up with sparse and off-kilter hits. The track's second half sees fierce breakbeats cut through the walls of reverb, and with that can Daniele Antezza and Giovanni Conti really show-off their unique talent at sound design. They blend a gift for rhythm and titanic production to engaging effect.
Eomac begins the B-side with 'I Am Starting To Believe'. The track's echoing synths hang free in a spacious mid-range, intermittently making way for long chords and elusive vocal snippets. Eomac draws on the light/dark contrast and unsettling motifs that made his Monad release special, and delivers a techno epic so rich it requires repeated listens. Last but not least, Chevel; his sound is distinctive amongst the SA roster, mostly due to his acute focus on the percussive elements and intriguing take on minimalism. On 'Alicia', he works a groove out of tripping drums and metallic perc, all with a UK-influenced flair that lends itself to a wide range of DJs. Chevel's track ends what may be the most varied collection of 'Chapter V' material yet, leaving a lasting reminder of the depth and quality of artists SA have accrued.

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