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Lorenz Brunner makes a return to Rødhåd’s Dystopian label wit his second release for the Berlin based imprint. The ‘Nadsat’ EP following his well received second full length ‘Hinterland’ on Ghostly. ‘Dim’ sets the pace moving steadily with sparse stripped drums, looped arpeggios and flickering melodies that seem to hang and hover.‘Milk- ...

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Nadsat EP by Recondite
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7/10 Ant Staff review, 21 March 2014

Lorenz Brunner makes a return to Rødhåd’s Dystopian label wit his second release for the Berlin based imprint. The ‘Nadsat’ EP following his well received second full length ‘Hinterland’ on Ghostly.

‘Dim’ sets the pace moving steadily with sparse stripped drums, looped arpeggios and flickering melodies that seem to hang and hover.‘Milk-Plus’ has a dark and sinister bassline, eerie Sleeparchive/ Sahko/ Function style rim-shots and an eerie almost trancey melody that takes the lead leaving the drums minimal yet functional, giving those tired dancers some respite with this this slab of creepy early hours techno.

Over on the B-side beneath luks the EP’s title track, which is a minimal trippy tech-house tune that doesn’t really do an awful lot. ‘DeLarge’ serves up some of that melancholy Recondite does so well with blue droning chords mingling with some hissy/ crackly atmospherics. Nothing mind-blowing here but a useful DJ tool nonetheless aimed at those that get home from a night out the same time as the milkman doing his round.


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