The Hacker ‎– Girls On Film EP

Label:
GoodLife ‎– GL01
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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Tracklist

A1 Just Play
A2 Low Life
B1 Another Side
B2 In A Lonely Place

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Made in Grenoble 1998.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side): HAGS 24 / GL 001 A * 33 RPM
  • Matrix / Runout (B side): HAGS 24 / GL 001 B * 33 RPM
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL

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Carrzinho

Carrzinho

March 12, 2014

A1: Driving Techno with full on basement bass drum and clanking metallic tubes. The kind of thing you'r hear at paek time in a Liebing/DJ Rush set. No compromise. [SEVEN]
A2: Techno. Fine loop with a Spartan synth lead and you're left thinking this needs chords, well hey presto...and while there's chords everything is rosy, less so when without. [NINE]
B1: Techno/Tech-House. A thing of beauty with sweeping synths throughout and a good deal of funk. More for early set or a blissful middle. Superb. [GOLDTEN]
B2: Electro. Gorgeous synth heavy, blissed out stuff with an amazing rolling bass. Only downside is it's short. [GOLDTEN]

*Brilliant EP showing four different attacks at Techno, something for everyone so.
david_x

david_x

June 17, 2009
Great range of styles on this EP. "Just Play" sounds like a Jeff Mills track with lo-fi percussion and bell sounds ala Mills' "Shifty Disco" ep. "Low Life" sounds like an old Peacefrog tune ala Luke Slater or Dan Curtin circa 1993. "Another Side" has a subdued mid-90's Techno sound with lots of pads and floating synths. "In A Lonely Place" delivers an early 80's Electro vibe with nice breaks and thick analog synths. Genuine old-school style with great arrangements and production throughout every track.