The second installment of Karim Sahraoui’s Eternal Life EP continues from the first with two post 6am techno tracks which will softly you bring back down to earth, or maybe even start you off again. Solid minimal grooves to keep your foot tapping. Part of a slew of releases from Derrick May’s Transmat imprint.
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- Eternal Life EP Part 2 by Karim Sahraoui
8/10 Ant Staff review, 07 April 2016
In the absence of Derrick May making music in the classic Transmat mould (or even making new music at all). It’s been left to the artists he’s influenced to keep the flag flying. This is one of four 12” emissions from the the legendary Detroit label; the others coming via Azimuth, Hiroshi Watanabe, and Deep’a & Biri. All good stuff and all very Transmat sounding which probably appeals to Derrick May’s notoriously massive ego.
‘Eternal Life Part 2’ comes out around two years or so after the first volume (also on Transmat). ‘Father’s Legacy’ is pure Hi-Tech Soul - warm and lush with emotional string work and immaculately produced, it basically nails that classic Detroit techno sound. Over on the flip is the epic ‘Prelude’; deep, groovin’ melodic techno/ house with sophisticated string arrangements. Sounds well posh so you better get your suit and tie on before you hit the dancefloor.
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