The Dexorcist ‎– D.exe E.P.

Fdb Recordings ‎– Fdb02_5
Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM


A Propulsion151 6:19
B1 Demolition 5:29
B2 Spreadout 5:00



Cut into inner groove :
Revenge of the Decepticon (A side)
Overseen by the Innocent Bystander somewhere in Edge City (B side)

A side runs at 45 RPM
B side runs at 33 ⅓ RPM



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September 6, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
Would the incomparable Simon Brown have definitively turned the back on electro? After excellent “Wreknival” and “CardShark” Ep’s, respectively published on the SMB 16 and the Edge City 01, English has been asked to realize the fifth output of the French label Fdb Recordings leaded by Vstee, for a 12’’ with 4/4 tendency once again very distant from his usual style. What to disconcert, without disappointing, the purists of syncopated music, what also to delight the old ravers having deserted for a long time warehouses become by too hard or too partitioned. On A-side, half of Kronos Device delivers on the longplayer “Propulsion 151” a solid Dub Step underground piece made of urban melodies, quiet breaks and sharpened drums. If the whole track sounds relatively calm, the flip turns into an explosive pumping dancefloor register. Alternating between breakbeat rhythmic and tribal bass line, the grime “Demolition” signs a frightening industrial threat with gloomy strings. Opening on raggamuffin lyrics a la Prodigy, killer “Spreadout” combines with energy powerful kick, nostalgic old school trancey reminiscences, confusing distortions and positive vibes. Cross-over between the current electro scene and a completed time where Dance Music was part of Techno, this “D. Exe EP” is a new bomb to be put in the active of a daring artist unceasingly renewing itself. Splendid!