Joy Orbison & Boddika ‎– More Maim / In Here

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SunkLo ‎– SUNKLOFAW
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A More Maim
B In Here

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  • Mastered By, Lacquer Cut ByBeau*

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): BODDIKA + JOY ORBISON - MORE MAIM BEAU @ TEN EIGHT SEVEN SUNKLOFAW A BD34615-01 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): JOY ORBISON + BODDIKA - IN HERE "TRICKY MAKES THE TEA" BEAU @ TEN EIGHT SEVEN SUNKLOFAW B BD34615-01 B1

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tomdawson

tomdawson

September 30, 2017
edited 4 months ago
three years on and still completely ridiculous, hot wax !
farhadje

farhadje

March 3, 2014
Sick record 5/5
get8p

get8p

February 26, 2014

Never liked either of that duo's productions - just not my kind of stuff, but that EP is something exceptional.
This has something of a Killawatt's Bring Down The Walls, who took step toward the techno direction, and I absolutely loved it.

5/5 in hope to see more of that kind.
tomball6

tomball6

February 20, 2014

Yeah I don't know why people are giving this 1 star, they are both amazing tracks especially in here. Saying that there is about 10 seconds in more maim which I don't like at all (Although I am starting to appreciate it the more I listen to it) otherwise it would get 5.
Shaneski75

Shaneski75

February 20, 2014

Bad 12" your stack needs badly on vinyl may i add - sucka
LeftUnderSounds

LeftUnderSounds

February 19, 2014

ignore the stupid carry on. this release is huge. no doubt. its just the usual against-the-grainers trying to play it down. in here is a very special track
ribbletoamazon

ribbletoamazon

February 18, 2014
This is a pity. I'm a huge fan of Joy O and Boddika, but it's only when you hear the full version of these tracks that you realize how far they've kinda strayed from the explorative club sensibilities that they're both famous for. "In Here" makes great use of the fractured little choppy vocal sample, but it's more drum-machine chug than anything else. Hearing samples or Youtube rips, you feel like there's going to be this big cathartic buildup, but it just kinda dissolves into fuzzy nothingness at the end.

"More Maim" is kinda funny - like weird clown horn techno, almost sounds a bit like they chopped up the rhythm of Kesha's "Timber".

Though it's probably true that each Sunklo release has tackled a different genre (Sunklo1 was banger territory, 2 was deep house, 3 was weird ambience, 4 is "functional techno"), this one isn't a highlight in my humble/dumb-le opinion
htphinney

htphinney

February 18, 2014
Don't despair yet people. This hasn't even been fully released yet; compare the mere 95 owners (as of posting) with the number of Haves on the other 3. There are certainly to be plenty more copies of this showing up everywhere soon, at least that's my guess.