Rhadoo ‎– Semantics EP

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Nervmusic Records ‎– NM023
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2 × Vinyl, 12", EP
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A1 Mount Ararat
B1 Fierbinti
C1 Gerunziu
D1 Om Neom

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Aaron3

Aaron3

May 1, 2019
The more i listen to Mount Ararat the more i realize what a serious banger it is! It´s worth every cent only for this track.
kkubik

kkubik

April 1, 2019
edited 8 months ago
It took me some time to appreciate this EP... Good hi-fi/soundsystem is a must in this case. Really twisted sonic experience with a very laid back vibe. If you have some doubts then take your time and relisten.
ezj

ezj

March 11, 2019
180g plates would have been a nice feature... two more words
matt2011

matt2011

March 2, 2019
edited 9 months ago
This a great release. I love that Rhadoo only puts something out every 2-3 years, and when he does, it scratches all the right itches. He pulls off the tricky balance of minimalism and funk like no one's business. The first disc is ok -- both tracks fall firmly into the Dj Tool category, but also carry a little more depth to them. The gems are the tracks on the second disc. He lowers the tempo on "Gerunziu" and delivers an intelligent and sophisticated relaxer. He amps it up on "Om Neum" giving us a fully realized club stomper with quirky noises and a killer bass line. I also love the artwork for this release -- I'd love to have a full sized poster of it. Funny and freaky and a great compliment to the music.
adam01

adam01

January 24, 2019
edited 10 months ago

Rhadoo works to hard!!! He’s ready for a tropical vacation! This record is sonic effort. It’s sounds as if Rhadoo lives in the club. Sleeves rolled up, sweat on his brow, hair tasseled, powder on his nose, and never getting a day off! The gentleman is in it deep and never loosing the beat. It’s no longer 4 on the floor, it’s twenty four 7.

4 tracks of heavy minimalism that hit with a hypnotic repitition that on one side of the coin could be considered “Dj tools”. Yet, on the other side of the coin, the realization is that these 4 tracks are highly unique works of sonic minimalism.

Rhadoo, next time I get a chance to hear/see you perform, the 1st drink is on me!