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1 review »As hazy as my memory is I can still remember the moment back in 1995 Jeff Mills was getting busy on the wheels at the Orbit club with two copies of Regis's 'Speak To Me'. I'd just picked up that record and hearing what he was doing with it was mindblowing to me. Fast forward to present day and Regis is back with a 12", the first solo EP for ten years (under the Regis name) after being busy co ... »

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  • BLACKEST004 / Ltd 12" in black die-cut, 3rd edition with green card insert **NO PIC SLEEVE!!***

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In A Syrian Tongue by Regis
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9/10 Ant Staff review, 12 August 2011


As hazy as my memory is I can still remember the moment back in 1995 Jeff Mills was getting busy on the wheels at the Orbit club with two copies of Regis's 'Speak To Me'. I'd just picked up that record and hearing what he was doing with it was mindblowing to me. Fast forward to present day and Regis is back with a 12", the first solo EP for ten years (under the Regis name) after being busy collaborating with Surgeon as British Murder Boys, with James Ruskin as O/V/R as well as being part of the Sandwell District crew. So anyway 'Blood Witness' comprises the A-side and it's a brooding semi industrial/tribal clanker that sits somewhere between the Sandwell District and Ugandan Speed Trials material. Tempo wise it's a lot gentler than his older more full on tracks. It's mainly percussive/rhythm-based with the atmospherics and creepy synths deep within the mix. This should appeal to fans of T++ and Monolake. Flip for a live version created together with Mick Harris (Scorn). 'Blinding Horses' begins with fizzing Scion style synth and then becomes increasingly dark and mysterious. This one is seriously deep as big washes of glistening synth slowly flood the beats. Am totally loving this. Pointless trivia - He is named after Cyril Regis who used to play for West Bromwich football club.


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