Rezzett ‎– Zootie

Label:
The Trilogy Tapes ‎– TTT 023
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Zootie 6:07
B Zootie (Yavas Mix) 5:34

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Credits

  • Mastered ByCGB*

Notes

Hand-screenprinted artwork on one side of inner sleeve, with red stamp on b-side centre label and black stamp on back cover.

Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
BPM:
A: 157
B: -

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched Side A): TTT 023 A CGB @ D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched Side B): TTT 023 B CGB @ D&M

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UM20

UM20

September 4, 2017
Everytime i run this its as good as the first time
SuperDFXX

SuperDFXX

August 19, 2017
STILL the best rezzett and maybe the best on TTT. i love this record.
filemon147

filemon147

November 26, 2016
makes me wanna make love to this track. ten words
cheeseloueez

cheeseloueez

December 10, 2015
So skungle Mungd isn't on the 12"? Still great record, but that's a bummer.
Xpb1

Xpb1

June 13, 2015
Amazing record, beautiful packaging. If played at 33 it becomes an amazing slow-hardcore track.
sunshine-recorder

sunshine-recorder

August 24, 2014
edited over 2 years ago

Sublime record. The intro with the lo-fi pads sets the mood - It's not long before those perfectly executed breaks kick in - there's a great aggressive mood to this track that transplants well from the similar aesthetics of the previous Rezzett 12". The whole mix is suitably saturated to the level that I get people asking me why these tracks sound like they do, which is always cool.. The strong bass tones towards the end of the A side really does give off a monolithic, heavy vibe.

The flip side with the 'Yavas Mix' sounds equally as good - I remember hearing this tune played out by Dynamo Dreesen on Rinse France a few months back and wondering if he'd just got the levels wrong on the mixer - I was wrong. Perhaps it's just me but this track really emphasises the shimmering sort of haze that A Guy Called Gerald really perfected on 'Black Secret Technology'.. It offers an interesting contrast to the breathtaking, almost angry sounds of the a side by completely extracting the drum track which is somewhat confusing on first listen but definitely grows on you the more you spin it.

Great stuff. Props to Will for seeking out talented producers like Rezzett.
nomadjukebox

nomadjukebox

August 20, 2014
edited over 2 years ago

Life-affirming stuff.