Urbsounds 59 by Mtheorem Follow
Urbsounds 59 review
Right Diagonal' kicks off with the title track which presents a potent wall of sound that undulates across a pensive current. Distant vocals, frazzled signals and stuttering drum patterns work together to build a fantastically unheimlich vibe. The Crosser version then projects sound into a spacious, chilly warehouse as reverberated flashes of sound depict futuristic machines at work.
'Conjugated In Boring Crimes' then follows up with a dense, shuddering recording. Growls and whispers swell beneath more dystopian sonics before 'Safe Resist' rolls out as a jagged Techno experiment. A steady kick propels a rich, metallic sound palette before 'One Man Clearing' renders another scene of murky futurism.
'Farewell Seesaw' then follows up with a subtle Electro track peppered with hypnotic vocals and a distant, snappy snare. The 'Clubmix' version then delivers what it promises as urgent drums whip up a menacing, heady dance floor vibe.
'Night Voodoo' then brings things to a close as cinematic sweeps suffuse a sawtooth sequence and thick, bubbling bass tones. Frazzled hats bleed through in giving the track a certain live feeling which brings the record to a close.
The beautiful cover art comes courtesy of Castell Lanko, while Thomas P. Heckmann is on mastering duties
A1 - Right Diagonal
A2 - Right Diagonal (Crosser Version)
A3 - Conjugated In Boring Crimes
A4 - Safe Resist
B1 - One Man Clearing
B2 - Farewell See Saw (Original Version)
B3 - Farewell See Saw (Clubmix Version)
B4 - Night Voodoo
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