Reel By Real ‎– Surkit

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Interface Records ‎– I-102
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label
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RanzaOne

RanzaOne

August 10, 2018
Classic Detroit 4-tracker from Bonds and Shakir. Bukem lifted the main synth line from Surkit and used it in his Atlantis track.
David68Turner

David68Turner

September 18, 2017
I have a URL label release that credits Sundog and Serene to Juan Atkins. What's the story with that?
funk_wid_it

funk_wid_it

April 12, 2014
edited over 4 years ago

Every single track on this EP is truly superb!

FYI: Even though it doesn't mention it on the label, this 1991 version of 'Surkit' is actually a remix.

Massive respect goes out to Marty Bonds - one of my all-time favourite Detroit Techno producers!

hottlipps

hottlipps

August 5, 2011
marty bonds is truly a highlight of second wave detroit techno. this is a rare form of techno, it lasted maybe only 89 - 91, but is one of the deepest takes on detroit techno ever. bleepy squeaky syncopated tones, sick maniacal basslines, future rhythms where you can still feel the funk, rock, new wave, jazz influences and the search for something... something new, deeper. contemplative but still driving.
discjockeysnack

discjockeysnack

May 5, 2010

All copies of this 12" have a small skip/pop about 3/4 of the way in on track B2,Reel by Real , Shake - Serene