Vibe Bar Rejects ‎– Disturbance / 70mph

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Smitten ‎– SMT 31
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Vinyl, 12"
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Written & produced @ The Punishment Farm.

Published by Smitten Publishing.

© Smitten 1999.

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neurodynamo

neurodynamo

July 24, 2015
edited 3 months ago
Thanks again to a Discogger - a word which I would love in the English Fuckers Dictionary = I love Discogs because you can find so many obscure records you missed or have never heard before . Anway I digress; this is exactly what I have been looking for recently with a disappointment in recent banal releases - I wanted to expose the dirt and corruption I felt with Disturbance as quoted. Not much powerful acid but squelchy muddy piggery. Thank you so much and now well fuck off

Because you are ignorant musical idiots - so I made a piggy acid track better than this so fuck off
irmarky

irmarky

July 7, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

'Disturbance' is the most deliciously sinister, eyelid-clenchingly grinding tune I have ever had the immense pleasure to have listened to. This is a dramatic statement, however this tune truly deserves recognition as an absolute gem among the acid genre. A rich and juicy analog synth cuts right through you, driven a by a masterfully sculpted 303 which sucks you right in without you even realizing that you're clenching your jaw and tapping your leg.
I never would have imagined that a tune described as 'deep' and 'minimal' could twist my noodles the way it does when it breaks down to lush oscillated analog synth solo, which seems to hang in the air and send icy cold shivers down your spine and right into the floor. There's not much to this dark little number, but what there is is absolute top quality.... 'Smitten' at it's finest.

I first heard this tune on an 'untitled' live mix which I downloaded from the net years ago, and it took years to track it down. It has no samples as such to identify it so tracking it down was very difficult. I could only describe it as 'that lush sinister one with the driving 303 and the wet synth which hangs in the air like an evil christmas tree air freshener.'. Hardly a helpful description I know, but I eventualy found it by accident after playing the wrong side of a friends record. I have since also acquired the remix, which is fantastic and almost as juicy, but in my humble opinion not quite as memorable as the original.
Frankly, If this tune were an ocean then I would have evolved gills by now. 'Nuff said

Big Thanks Smitten................;-)