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1 review »I haven't heard christian Loffler's music before but here he's done a little single to get your ready for his forthcoming big single. 'All Comes' is a lovely bit of nocturnal house with haunted, breathy vocals courtesy of Denmark's Gry Bagoien bringing a snaking sensuousness to Loffler's finely detailed beats with stuttering little clicks over a steady pumping bassdrum backbone and metronomic soft ... »

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  • Ki 011 / 7" on Ki inc. Monokle Remix

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All Comes / Notes by Christian Loffler
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8/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 20 February 2014

I haven't heard christian Loffler's music before but here he's done a little single to get your ready for his forthcoming big single. 'All Comes' is a lovely bit of nocturnal house with haunted, breathy vocals courtesy of Denmark's Gry Bagoien bringing a snaking sensuousness to Loffler's finely detailed beats with stuttering little clicks over a steady pumping bassdrum backbone and metronomic soft synth stabs carving out the song's two chords with steady force. It's potent night driving synth house with vocals that don't annoy me (which sounds like an underhand compliment but I only say this because lots of vocals do).

On the other side is 'Notes' remixed by Monokle, which means this piece has been worked on independently two artists I'm unfamiliar with. I'm not even going to pretend I have any idea who did what. The beats here are a bit more computery and hyper-present with the first half of the track featuring some softly wibbling synths and an hypnotic processed vocal sample, before in the second half things get cranked up a notch with a buzzy synth line bursting into the foreground along with some subtly bleeping arpeggios. It's pretty euphoric but slick and tasteful with it. Both solid contributions here.


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