Leonid ‎– Sadim

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Sistrum Recordings ‎– SIS 009
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Vinyl, 12"
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Written and produced for Pscott Music (Ascap).

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  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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djfrazer

djfrazer

July 12, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

agree with the comments below, I love ''Sadim'' proper sends you off into the distance, potsnpans a very close 2nd, but quality this high it's hard to judge, great release all round.
darktrain

darktrain

December 11, 2015
Paul smith is so underrated as a producer as everything he does is quality..Potsandpans is my favourite here...Check a track called random waves by him..One of my all time favourite tracks
maxim_dropless

maxim_dropless

April 25, 2015
Masterpiece from Leonid
korama31

korama31

January 8, 2014

WOW. Seriously, a true masterpiece. You will find very few information about Paul Smith, an Irish-born producer. This guy knows how to keep his head down and focus on his work, which is insanely good.

As soon as you put the needle on, you can't take it off, you just have to listen from the beginning to the end. So hypnotizing with its repetitive basslines and melodies, yet very punchy with its powerful beats, this record illustrates what Deep House really means.
architexture

architexture

January 8, 2014
edited over 3 years ago

One of my favorite records from Sistrum.
TIM

TIM

March 11, 2010

I absolutely love Sadim. It's got this Kenny Larkin Azimuth period sounding melody that just goes on and on and on and you do not mind. Not one damn bit. Larry Heard meets Kenny Larkin and here is what you have. Qaulity track that can be played for about a day in a row. No seriously. I