Process (4) / Fanu ‎– A Great Sickness Has Left Us In Ruins

Ohm Resistance ‎– ohmosr002, Offshore Recordings ‎– OHMOSR002
Vinyl, 10"

Tracklist Hide Credits

OHM Process (4) Rickshaw
Written-By [Created By], Producer – C. Matule*
OSR Fanu Defunct Drums' Depression Decade
Written-By, Producer – Janne Hatula

Companies, etc.



Published by Ohm Resistance Group (ASCAP).
P+C 2003 Ohm Resistance.

P + C 2003 Offshore Recordings.
Published by Offshore Industries [ASCAP].

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP


Reviews Show All 2 Reviews

Add Review



November 6, 2008
The 2nd release on this ltd 10" series combining Offshore and Ohmresistance Artists you can still get hold of it via breakbeatscience or subscribe to the series from offshore. Definitely worth subscribing as you get the artwork and mix CD at the end as well, right now on to the music itself. Fanu's Defunct Drums really are not exactly clapped out just bizare and headbanging. Kicking things off with a nice head nodding hip hip break and a "too black, too strong" sample you know this man has been chopping breaks from birth. The resulting groove is less head nodding more of a hand pointing at the DJ at irregular intervals with some minutely detailed edits and bouncy flow. The bass booms along underneath plumbing depths not seen since the last time you watched the Abyss. Window cracking stuff if you're in a submersible anyway. The tempo drops back down to hip hop for another contemplative breakdown before meandering off for another round in the ring with the kick and the snare both evenly matched for a knockout. The beats and bass are what Fanu focuses his attention on in the production although there some distant sounds in the background which you'll notice more the more you listen, which is needed with tracks this complex. I haven't heard a beat like this since Claw by Nico & Zig on No U Turn, definitely going to turn a few heads or break a few necks out in the dancefloor wilderness.

Process's Rickshaw steps in to view with a crunchy overdriven beat and some bleepy loops to suck you in. From here on in the main force of propulsion is a Bristolian upper mid range synth line winding up for the drop as more battalions of bleeps join in the warfare. A bass laden minefield awaits as the drums wisely get out of the way to allow it to detonate in to a monster. Old skool bass nuggets rain down blazing a firestorm through the binary soundscape. Any fan of Accela's output is going to love the epic sound on offer here


May 19, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Go straight for the Fanu track and sit down. If you like your edits or something a bit different, this track is cool. When your friends who dont like D&B ask for a copy, you know this isnt the usual and mundane. I am not going to try and describe the track as I could not possibly do it justice. Fanu is a master of the edits and if you havent heard him get listening.