The 65 D Mavericks* ‎– Last Journey

Surface ‎– SF014.5
Vinyl, 12"


A1 East Of The Sun
AA1 Last Journey
AA11 Whatever

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August 17, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
East of the sun has quickly become an all time favourite for me. It gives you a "calm but frantic" feeling which come out of the particularly beautiful Detroit style tracks.


November 20, 2010

The A side is one of their most inspiring and introspective moments. An off-beat Detroit influenced jewel with refined pads, somnolent soothing chords, and soft, delicate layers of melodies coming together into a coherent, snug excursion into the subtler realms of techno. With its running time of 7 minutes, the journey luckily seems endless…
B1 is a full blown techno stomper with an incredibly rough and loud kick (think of Dave Clarke’s Thunder) coupled with a creepy, piercing and reverberating synth stab, giving the track a total no-nonsense pure techno feel. What a gem, with less than a handful of layers used, yet all of them manipulated in such a catchy way. Total dance floor annihilation.
B2 is a short one, combining the percussive madness of the previous track with the harmonic elements of the A side. Nonetheless, it’s a great piece where aquatic and organic sounds, an underlying Detroit lead are trying to hold their own against a punishing, neck snapping 4x4 drum kick assault.
As with all of the 65D Mavericks stuff, this is worth your time and money, and it has a little something for everyone who will bother to lend it an ear.