D Ball ‎– Slack

Label:
Ourtime Music ‎– OUR 001
Format:
Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A1 Slack
B1 Sorry
B2 Eyup

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Credits

  • Written-By, ProducerD Ball

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): MPO OUR 001A CURVE PUSHER
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): MPO OUR 001B CURVE PUSHER LOVE THE LIFE YOU LIVE

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Spuggy

Spuggy

March 29, 2018
Many moons ago I used to give spare copies of this away for free to anyone who was interested, either over the counter in Vinyl Exchange or back at my flat during after parties. Mad eh?
daftcombo

daftcombo

October 6, 2017
Expensive but totally worth it. This electro record is like no other. Pay the price if you want the special music.
guilhermeloos

guilhermeloos

March 15, 2017
Eyup, why so short? :'(((( 5 4 3 2 1
annexxe

annexxe

December 15, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

Eyup is next level stuff, so perfect it could change the way you listen to music.
dr303

dr303

December 29, 2015
Fantastic deep techno release out of Manchester, UK. Something to do with the city's 'Vinyl Exchange' record shop I heard at the time this was released and re-confirmed with the release of the new Ourtime Music #2 last week. Regardless, this is a sublime piece of neo-Detroit in a Delsin-like style and well worth your attention and hard earned cash. It's in keeping with the excellent JS label as being anonymous & low key but super high quality. A gentle tip......check out Dave Ball's 'Sonic Insomniac' releases on New Religion if you love this deep vibe as you won't be disappointed. This gem is going for muchos, muchos £'s at the moment - it deserves a re-release so more people can hear this.
go-deep

go-deep

September 14, 2009
Just wanted to add some words, as i bought the record without knowing it, because of the KDJ/Sound Signature comparison. Nice record, but has nothing to do with the sound of KDJ or Sound Signature, imho, as someone wrote in the label profile. The sound is much more deep-techno orientated, completely instrumental (in the sense that there aren't any vocals or vocal samples), ranging from laidback & funky on "Slack" to a more spacey vibe on "Sorry" and even a bit IDMish and dark feel on "Eyup".