Claro Intelecto ‎– Section EP

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Ai Records ‎– Ai008
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Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Chicago 5:17
A2 Section (Part 2) 5:29
B1 Mono 5:18
B2 Senti 5:00

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Later pressings packaged in generic Ai sleeve.

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  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Runout): MPO AI 008 A. FST>D+M
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Runout): MPO Ai008 B. FST>D+M

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hayleycee

hayleycee

February 16, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
Section Part 2
tetedallumetterouge

tetedallumetterouge

October 2, 2014

A very nice EP indeed covering a wide spectrum of influences ... and for a wide audience as well.
Chicago is an "out of time/timeless" track, airy, melodic and with an early LFO taste so to speak.
Section (Part 2) sounds like a typical Detroit electro track.
The third track is not of interest to me. It is minimal and cannot generate the same level of exitation the others deliver.
Senti is for me the best track here, just to show how diverse this EP can be and how many people can find something owesome in it. Senti has a heavy and groovy bassline, not too slow, not too fast, just the good pace. A very nice and efficient deep minimal/deep house track that will put you in a good mood; on a dancefloor or everywhere else!
Definitely an EP worth having.
Mark_Anthony

Mark_Anthony

February 7, 2011

Stunning release from Claro. I bought it for the mellow analoguey sound of the A1 but ended up really getting off the A2 as well. The A2 sounds like Knee-Cam version 2.0 slowed down a bit. No doubt techno viking would be throwing shapes and knocking people's heads around
mattgray1

mattgray1

December 26, 2008

It is worth owning this EP for the title track alone. Simple chords and one heavy bass drum sound lends 'Chicago' a distant, slightly haunted atmosphere almost as if it had originated from an abyss. Then a couple of minutes in this robotic bass line from the depths creeps in which, if you hear it loud enough, should probably stop you in your tracks. Menacing, stark and industrial but with enough warmth to engage in.
House, Techno, Electro people should all find something oustanding about this EP since it is a perfect marriage of Chicago, Detroit and Berlin influences but the results are something strangely unique. A perfect definition of machine soul and one seriously overlooked talent.