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Ultraviolet Music is a set of ‘Atmospheric heroin-house’ according to the press release, a pretty unbeatable description. Certainly, the production on these ambient techno jams is such that it, even listening sober, it already feels like these tracks are percolating out from the inside of your mind. Powerful stuff from DeepChord, released on Soma.


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Ultraviolet Music by DeepChord
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7/10 Clinton Staff review, 25 November 2015
How to review a double CD, 152 minute long album by our favourite ambient deep house practitioner Deepchord in the 15 minutes I am allotted to pen it? Impossible.   Firstly, yes, it really is that long. The first CD clocks in at around 75 minutes, the second 77. You’ll be with it for days. Deepchord’s subtle sound world isn’t all that suited to the office environment either. You are going to need a good set of headphones and a volume knob to get the best out of this. As usual it’s full of muted 4/4 kicks, watery textures and 3AM atmospheres. Initial examination of CD1 seems to suggest that this is even more textural than Deepchord’s previous missives. You have to strain to hear the barely there synths amongst the static -- it’s as if Deepchord’s music is retreating further from the shore into an underwater sound field. A quick listen to CD2 reveals suggestions of clearer more distinct work, the haunting spectre of Gas never far away though with rhythmic percussion leaning towards Donato Dozzy, especially on tracks like the pulsating ‘Where Science Meets the Divine’.   Later tracks offer more meat to the bones than the early pieces which were a little too indistinct even for it’s genre. How you could stay awake to dance to this is anyone’s guess but for eerie late night long home listen Deepchord yet again provides perfect evocative atmospherics. 

9/10 Rich Simmons (Phantom Network) Customer review, 5th January 2016

I can't improve much on the reviews above.

- all I can say is that everything you have ever loved about Rod Modell's sound is on this album.

a perfect balance of his pulsating beats and deepest atmospheres

Deepchord's most hypnotic grooves ever !? ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................:)


10/10 Avant Phil Customer review, 3rd January 2016

Snaking concurrently through subtle pitches a mellow introduction of dual mood setting tone, this LP is not just a collection of forms but a form on journey route one from time of departure to time of departure. polymorphing soundscapes work with subtle percussive elements with softer than Detroitesque tones, a European rhythmic element. Brushes, softbass, subtle airwaterscape melody pleasing to the chillout listener and the more sophisticated clubber allowing this to serve two functions. An underwater experience of the deepest blue. A quality sinewave experience.Subliminal. Sublime.


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