Netherlands producer Interstellar Funk has picked his name carefully: his tracks utilise those lovely squelchy acid synths we all love and aims them towards the thrilling realms of space travel. Or so it feels on Electric Park Square. This new 12” on Rush Hour follows on from previous work for Dekmantel and Tape Records Amsterdam.
12" £6.49 RHM 014
6-track 12" EP on Rush Hour.
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This is the first music I’ve heard from young Dutch producer Olf Van Elden. I somehow managed to miss his previous output on Rush Hour, Tape Records Amsterdam and Dekmantel. Better late than never to the party though. He’s certainly selected an artist name that says a lot about his sound - celestial funked up techno/ house with bubbling acid, and a touch of mystical Legowelt flavour.
‘Cable 54’ takes a gurgling wavey bassline and metallic drums to create a stomping groove with spectral music box like chiming melodies. For ‘Ama Diver’ he enlists Jeroen on the production for a sweet tune that sounds like Drexciya’s mellower moments, with a smidge of The Other People Place for good measure.
With the ‘Poly Evolver’ tracks he gets busy on the Dave Smith Instruments synth for some trippy synth scapes. Well worth checking out.
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