Fred P. ‎– BQE

Label:
The Corner ‎– COR-04
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Splitting Particles 6:12
A2 Tube Compression 5:47
B1 Storm Clouds 5:55
B2 State Of No State 5:30

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Track durations and BPM not given.
BPM:
A1: 127 | A2: 127
B1: 127 | B2: 127

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doncurtis

doncurtis

January 9, 2017

One of Fred P's best records to date. Spacey, emotional, trippy, dubbed out techno at its finest.
Mark_Anthony

Mark_Anthony

October 31, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

This record is better than the vast majority of the output on this label but still I dont think its a blind buy so at least give the samples a good listen before you buy. Besides track B1, there is not much in this EP that I can imagine someone coming up to the booth to inquire about during a dj set. In my opinion Keith Worthy's releases on Aesthetic Audio do this deep detroity house/techno hybrid sound a little bit better.
loopkat

loopkat

January 15, 2015
How did I skip this?!
Fals

Fals

May 18, 2014

i dont get why people don't like this one more! storm clouds has that characteristic peterkin sense of melody, and state of no state sees him pull all kinds of bassline magic out of nowhere. seriously heavy low-end on this 12" too!
stuarte

stuarte

May 7, 2014
I know the term genius is thrown around way to often but i have to say that Fred P. falls squarely into that category. Furthermore his consistency in quality is quite frankly staggering.
OCCIDENTAL

OCCIDENTAL

April 19, 2014

"But how do we get there... How do we get to that state?"

I believe this record is part of the answer.
reverberation

reverberation

December 16, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
With this one Fred is shredding to pieces his being so called pigeonhole as "A deep house artist". Splitting Particles is a dubby melody that gets a twists at some point really dividing the track into million species, the hi-hats poured over on this track is a high level technique of modernism. I feel that "State Of No State" sends a strong message for the current state of affairs to the US government. worth mentioning is the job well done on the mixing issue by Butcha sounds studios. meaningful stuff well done to the corner
ijustspeak

ijustspeak

November 23, 2013

Does no wrong as usual. Can many artist really touch Peterkin?
ibbjamin

ibbjamin

September 17, 2013

Tube Compression has a lovely contrast which creates the perfect vibe. Fred P.'s done it again.
vagueblack

vagueblack

August 29, 2013

Fred keeps getting better. Him and DJ Qu, among his contemporaries are really on fire.