Dubtek Vinyl 01 by David Meiser, Kereni, Jake Conlon, Louis Ray
Dubtek Vinyl 01 review
David Meiser – Epsilon
A one bar hook plays centre stage, morphing continuously (plucked, hammered, played, organic and synthesised) as waves of intensity build and recede. Simplicity and endless variation in sound built around a measured beat.
Kereni – Mutual Gravitation
Taking a deep direction and fat sound, the beats roll and snake their way through glitches and handclaps into two huge melodies at a frantic pace. Reverb, echo and delay and just a hint of acid at the breakdowns show the true depth of this piece.
Jake Conlon – Cry of the Necromancer
The “cry” is a cycling whisper from the grave, slowly building in intensity and menace and overtaking the trademark hard kicks and clipped percussion that characterise Conlons productions. Fine, minimalistic, machine techno.
David Meiser – Epsilon (Louis Ray Remix)
Ray puts the original through a turbocharger, winding up the bpm, widening the kicks and percussion and reworking the hook into a straight up dance floor missile with just a touch of dub.