Limited to 240 copies, with hand-printed screen prints. Welshman DJ Guy has been digging through his huge backlogged archives, and brought 4 gems from the early 90s. Crudely (in a good way of course) shuffling through ambient electronic, some well placed breaks, and a beasty 909 driven techno track. They sound like they are from the early 90s, and that’s bloody great.
Limited 12" on Cejero. Edition of 240 copies with screen-printed art in PVC sleeve.
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DJ Guy is an eclectic Welsh spinner & chopper of electronics both beaty and misty. At least, that’s what you can tell from Basf Ferro, a 12” filled with genuine early '90s audiorelics, music which has undergone the proverbial test of time and emerged as a piece of black wax.
The release introduces you to two sides of Guy Evans, the DJ Guy who wants people to move as well as listen to weird stuttered textures that would catapult around the ‘floor, and the spaced out stargazing ambient Guy whose mist is thick, static and pretty. The chillout breaks and steadily unfolding soundscape of the A side shows impressive command of the electronic medium, especially for the early '90s. Flipping over, some mildly experimental but really grooving techno leads the way that sounds suspiciously more modern than ever, climactic tune ‘CDS 90 X3R TRK’ containing a nice amount of sizzly overdrive.
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