Soulwatcher ‎– Spring Break EP

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Primevil ‎– prvl028
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Vinyl, 12", EP
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A Demonika
B1 Timewarping
B2 Spring Break

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djfrankiebones

djfrankiebones

December 11, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
Demonika and Time Warping are both excellent Techno/House tracks. Very weird string pad melodies with female vox chanting, smooth and well executed. Nothing boring going on here, not too hard, not too soft, kind of just right for all types of dancefloor occasions. Will not offend even the toughest of crowds.
pdog305

pdog305

August 15, 2003

There's no doubt that Marco Bailey and partner Redhead are great producers and their work rate is incredible. I wish all their releases had the incredible energy that this ep has. By far one of Marco Bailey's and Redhead's best work. I'm also feeling Redhead's Humanized ep on Zync.
Detroit

Detroit

January 15, 2002

This album is simply incredible - maybe someone thought that this album would be bad and that "Battery EP" will stay the best Soulwatcher vinyl but I think that they are wrong and that this album is as great as the first one...

PS: I'm not sure if I have the good names of the songs so maybe I will leave a comment for the wrong traxx but I will describe them here anyway...

A1 - Demonika:

Absolutely wonderfull - pure melodic mystic techno with some good techno FXs [that noise that I love], tribal drums loops, sticky hats, dark basses and the flute melody...

B1 - Timewarping:

Also mystic but it is a happy track... Some voice loops, fine strings, percussions and a great intro...

B2 - Spring Break:

Very mystic with those long melodies and pianos echoing and echoing, percussions too [again], and that sad voice singing that same thing in different parts...