Fit Siegel delivers some chilled techno here on this two-track 12”. Carmine slowly builds with distant strings and lightly glowing pops of electro above the ever deep, driving bass while First Found has more typically techno tropes - ping-pong synths and hypnotic bass which grabs you and never lets go.
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- Carmine / First Found by Fit Siegel
9/10 Ant Staff review, 10 February 2016
We scored some copies of the repress of this gorgeous slice of Motor City techno soul...
It’s not difficult to hear why Aaron ‘Fit’ Siegel’s ‘Carmine’ topped/ was so high in many 2015 end of year lists. A simple, weeping, elegiac 303 melody, subtle phasing percussion, heart melting strings and bittersweet tinkling piano all come together perfectly to create a timeless Detroit techno tear jerker. Moody, forlorn and packed with emotion there’ll not be a dry eye on the dancefloor.
The flipside ‘First Found’ aint half bad either - a sort of bleepy Jeff Mills / Terrence Dixon free jazz inspired hybrid. Highly recommended.
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