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1 review | 5 people love this record: be the 6th! Good lord! The opening sexual panting of a lady on the opening titular track here has me blushing. Like when I hear the dirty groaning bit in Lil’ Louis house classic ‘French Kiss’ in a club - I don’t know where to look. Erm… so anyway… this is on Rabit’s mighty fine label Halcyon Veil which I’ve always got time for. It seems here that IVVVO ( ... »

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  • HALC008 / Limited 12" EP on Halcyon Veil. Edition of 300 hand-stamped copies

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Good, Bad, Baby, Horny by IVVVO
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5 people love this record. Be the 6th!
8/10 Ant Staff review, 22 February 2017

Good lord! The opening sexual panting of a lady on the opening titular track here has me blushing. Like when I hear the dirty groaning bit in Lil’ Louis house classic ‘French Kiss’ in a club - I don’t know where to look. Erm… so anyway… this is on Rabit’s mighty fine label Halcyon Veil which I’ve always got time for. It seems here that IVVVO (Opal Tapes, Creme Organization, Public Information etc.) aka Ivo Pacheco is exploring the more sensual side of rave on ‘Good, Bad, Baby, Horny’ drawing parallel lines between the ecstasy of sex and peaktime at the club. The retro synth sound kinda reminds me of Art of Noise’s ‘Moments In Love’ and the vocal sample could well be Trent Reznor but who knows. The ravey/trancey synth not unlike what Lorenzo Senni gets up to. The short but sweet ‘Tongue Kiss Crying’ is like the summoning of a memory, when on the dancefloor you were in love with a total stranger for just one minute.

Violence meets with euphoria on ‘Self Rape’ where 90’s rave nostalgia collides with Grime style gunshot blasts. The remorseful ‘I Fucked it Up’ closes the EP with ethereal, dissolving female vocal and regretful male vocal interplay that comes off like the melancholy of Burial circa ‘Untrue’.


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