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A couple of releases in from Djrum this week but I thought I'd tell you about this one as I liked it marginally better than the other one. Not that the other one was poor. No way. These are the lush drum and bass/garage influenced soundscapes produced by 21 year old James Bullimore of London Town. 21. I could barely speak at that age. Anyway this is the same track spread accross two sides of wax. ...

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The Miracle by Djrum
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 10 April 2014

A couple of releases in from Djrum this week but I thought I'd tell you about this one as I liked it marginally better than the other one. Not that the other one was poor. No way. These are the lush drum and bass/garage influenced soundscapes produced by 21 year old James Bullimore of London Town. 21. I could barely speak at that age. Anyway this is the same track spread accross two sides of wax. There is a drum and bass skitter in the drums, thats why I mention that particular genre but otherwise its a soundscape of warm pulsating bass and cut up vocal samples. Confusingly the two sides seem to play at different speeds, the A side sounds wrong at 45rpm and the B side wrong at 33rpm. They are out to get us. So after flipping to 45rpm for the B side its another gorgeously warm slab of atmospheric electronica to cuddle your ears, complete with strings and field recordings finale. As always I'm scrabbling around in the dark for comparisons but aim somewhere in the ballpark of luxury chilled out garage/dubstep with hints of Machinedrum, Plaid, the early instrumental James Blake, Fourtet''s lusher outoings. Gorgeous. 


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