Tuesday, November 01, 2011

baze.djunkiii Charts 11/2011

01. Ayshay - Warn-U [Triangle]
There are no fitting words to describe the deep, hyper-psychedelic attitude of Fatima Al Qadiris oriental turn on ChillWave. This is gonna be my favorite tune of 2011 and maybe beyond coze this one is giving me shivers every fucking time I hear it. Check the great video as well...

02. The Fear Ratio - Morning Blues *Plaid Remix [Blueprint 033]
A true masterpiece. Plaids rework for The Fear Ratio is nothing but epic, an expertly crafted tune in between melancholia and RAVE based upon a foundation of stumbling rhythm tracks switching between half- and doubletime without hitting the right tempo once, accompanied by sweet beautiful strings and thrilling sequences that turn your world in pieces to show you paradise only seconds later. This is exactly that kind of music Rephlex coined the term Braindance for. Experience the future and grab your copy of this tune.

03. Faust - Tell The Bitch To Go Home [Clouds Hill Recordings Ltd. 028]
What a massive blast. Krautrock-legends Zappi W. Biermeier & Jean-Herve Peron and their Faust-combatants deliver what sounds like a free and noisy re-interpretation of The Prodigy's massive smasher "Breathe" - at least I can't imagine that they've been using the same guitar hook accidentally but no matter if or if not, "Tell The Bitch To Go Home" is the most dancefloor devastating Faust-piece I've heard in ages plus it's quite accessible even for an untrained, non-avantgarde audience. The so-called "Post Office Cloud Mix" of the title track comes up as pleasantly minimalistic and electronic turn on the same track well-fitting for more advanced and non-rockistic occasions. Finally there's Bo Ningen's remix of "Lost Your Signal" to be found on this one, not exactly my cup of tea but still good for fans of Kraut-Metal-fusion.

04. Mosca - Done Me Wrong / Bax [Numbers 016]
SpeedGarage returns and it's a revival I've been waiting for so long. Although "Done Me Wrong" is quite slow and needs a bit of pitch adjustment it's clear that the tracks sweet characteristics are not UK Funky although Mosca's origins lie here. My favorite "Bax" on the flip is slightly darker and also a bit faster but on a SpeedGarage-tip as well. Dancefloors need more of this these days.

05. Safeword - You Can You Will [Dessous Recordings 105 Promo]
See review for details...

06. Detroit In Effect - Move Yo Body EP [M.A.P. 012]
Electro, Techno Bass, Detroit. Aux 88, DJ K-1, Southern Outpost. These are only a few reference points that come to mind when one listens to the four outstanding tracks featured on this massive 12" which is the best Electro release I've been coming across in a while. Raw, uncut and sexy as fuck. Plus: "Dutch Friends" has amazing lyrics. You need this.

07. Wehbba - 3 Days [Audiomatique Recordings 046 Promo]
See review for details...

08. Alex Flatner & Lopazz - This [Poker Flat Recordings 123 Promo]
See review for details...

09. Supershirt - Kunstwerk [Audiolith Promo]
See review for details...

10. Hecate - Brew Hideous Remixes [Ad Noiseam 143]
This one is pure hate. Four tracks taken from Hecate's "Brew Hideous" album remixed by Amboss, Slutmachine, Vile Enginez and White Darkness, serving - in order of appearance - darkest Amen-driven Breakcore, Death Ambient meets toting, Breakcore-influenced Black Metal, GuitarNoize and finally DoomMetal meets Death Ambient. If you feel suicidal, this is your soundtrack.


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