omac & Paula Temple
TBR: 21st September
Finalising a hectic year of music business shenanigans, Eotrax head Eomac takes on an inclusive and experimental format. Combining talents with other artists, dropping the formality of genre and style, four monthly vinyl releases leading right up to December will showcase the multidisciplinary directions of this impress. The first single to make its way to market is ETXC001.
Taking on the might of techno maestro and remixer of The Prodigy, Paula Temple, she and Eomac have created a sound neither artist could have made alone. This two track snap of the fingers sets a tone for truly out-there compositions which hopefully will become foundation stones for other future works. Thanks to their improvised and experimental nature, the core of the creativity is ready to be studied and involved again and again.
The first seven minute number begins with a staggered drum-beat which boulders along in an easy to dance to tempo. It's quickly joined by starry-eyed synthesiser that, with dreamy strokes, keys out melodies that flutter like brightly coloured insects around a pollinated flower of beats. Fuzzy distortions of strings snake their way across the top end of the sound, reaching further into space and mysterious dimensions. Taking moments to re-adjust, a percussive addition soon gives the direction enough push to increase the dancing velocity. Skyward and morish, Gestrin makes a great impression. As it reaches its culmination of progress and energy, the track boils down into a frantic and meaty sludge of sound and curved wavelengths.
Kralle moves closer to the heart of the techno sound. Where-as the first offering leaned on corners built by artists like Autechre, this b-side stands on its own two feet firmly in the middle of the floor. With a wild at heart energy and a desire to push past all the boundaries that hold back proper techno, the track ends the record beautifully. The set begins with this release and each month one more can be acquired. True collectors need to know about this set and if you'd rather go digital then you'll need to wait until early 2019 to buy the download package of the collection.
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