Motiv One* ‎– Cosmik / Loop Progression

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sp1234567

sp1234567

May 13, 2018
edited 7 months ago
referencing Cosmik / Loop Progression, 12", GLR 024
Where does the sample come from on the A-Side: "You are entering a fraternity of great honour... our thing comes first, above everything else."
Steveo33837

Steveo33837

February 24, 2018
referencing Cosmik / Loop Progression, 12", GLR 024
Rolling, rolling jungle... Two quality tracks from Motive One who released the slightly better (in my opinion) 'Life' just before this 12".

Cosmik is a light roller with a nice little key break and a slightly jazzy, futuristic sound. Not too heavy, no amen break used here but a solid tune overall. Featured on the first Progression Sessions CD by Bukem.

Loop Progression is great... this track is one to enjoy. Begins with a tough driving beat, soft keys then gradually come in with chords - these combine with a sample... 'here's looking to the future, the future is now'. A break follows - which gives way to a massive, and I mean massive amen kick and cosmic style sounds with serious bass kicking in too. The good stuff continues with a few bridges & chords before outro beats with that heavy amen beat.

1997 was a decent year!
dart

dart

March 11, 2016
referencing Cosmik / Loop Progression, 12", Promo, GLR024

Such an immense 12", hard to reconcile that the guys that produced this are also behind the Twisted Anger that appeared on Penny Black and Dread Recordings.

Just love the raw amen pressure of "Loop Progression" - a must have for the collection.
thelaw84

thelaw84

June 4, 2008
referencing Cosmik / Loop Progression, 12", GLR 024
Loop Progression takes it back two or three years to jungle's golden age.
Classic Good Looking productions, a perfectly smooth cutting amen track with all the deep strings and usual elements that GLR are renowned for.
Being 1997 its quick enough to fit into a newer set so its always a nice addition as they dont quite make amen tunes like it anymore.
By the duo who went on to be known as the very different sounding; 'Twisted Anger'.