Even Tuell ‎– Longing Way

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Precious Cloud 6:08
Beats Come 8:01
Digidawn 9:36

Versions (2)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LTNC003 Even Tuell Longing Way (12", EP) Latency LTNC003 France 2014 Sell This Version
LTNC003 Even Tuell Longing Way (12", EP, RP) Latency LTNC003 France 2014 Sell This Version

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elvisimo

elvisimo

June 12, 2015
referencing Longing Way , 12", EP, RP, LTNC003

beautiful peace of music\1
be3pi

be3pi

July 6, 2014
referencing Longing Way , 12", EP, RP, LTNC003

On A1, the bass reminds me one from Plastikman "Converge" and the strings one from Carl Craig "Red lights"!!
puschi

puschi

May 13, 2014
referencing Longing Way , 12", EP, LTNC003
there is one repress available
djfunk

djfunk

February 19, 2014
referencing Longing Way , 12", EP, LTNC003
Precious Cloud starts off fabulously but really strikes halfway, the way the song changes shows we are delaing with a professional here
2blankmc

2blankmc

February 13, 2014
referencing Longing Way , 12", EP, LTNC003
still some copies @hhv.de
GiveUp

GiveUp

February 9, 2014
referencing Longing Way , 12", EP, LTNC003
Absolulety superb, undecipherable yet polished music, just as that poster with it. One of the few labels that manages to give this extra feeling to a release with their artwork, while still keeping the quality of the music at the foreground. Keep this up and the label will go down in history (as far as that isn't the case yet..). Big up to Even Tuell for these tracks too of course, they're sublime 'dreamy dancing' material.
Felix_Herter

Felix_Herter

February 8, 2014
referencing Longing Way , 12", EP, LTNC003
The expecations are high when a new Latency release hits the stores but the Parisians satisfied them once more. Great silk-screen cover again. Looks, feels and smells absolutely raw. The Limited edition comes with a lovely poster on special paper.
Workshop boss Even Tuell is responsible for the music and he has done a terrific job on all three tracks. I don't want to write much about the music, just check it out and be happy =) Fitting nicely to the rest of the Latency catalogue. *****