Ex-Terrestrial ‎– Urth Born

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Pacific Rhythm ‎– PR003
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cilonen

cilonen

May 14, 2018
edited 8 months ago

Stuff like this is done and done and it will done again but there's no chance to reach the peak Feingold is topping these days: warm and dreamy as was the very first Pender Street Steppers on Mood hut back in 2014, kind of revelatory listen for the chillout rooms all around the world.

Wishing he's developing that nice DnB idea shown on 'Eveybody Dreams', and i'm glad it's news of today the repress of classic Wax Doctor's heat on R&S Records.
After that s**tload of cracked, boring, uninventive, noise jungle revival it's finally time for some jazzy chords and diva samples. Always top stuff from Canada, btw.
daftcombo

daftcombo

March 2, 2018
edited 10 months ago

The barking dog sounds on "Everybody Dreams" are a bit ridiculous at first, but it's almost a DnB track with piano heading towards Fast Floor! Down with the two comments below, this one could become a classic...

The other tracks are very good too, A1 and B1 being more broken beat and B2 housey.
Filtona

Filtona

February 27, 2018

surely ex-terrestrial is a producer to watch out in future. stunning release, and 100% agree with IgnoreAlienOrders comment.
IgnoreAlienOrders

IgnoreAlienOrders

February 24, 2018
These Pacific Rhythm releases get progressively more amazing. Of all the hazy, break-y Vancouver house outlets, they have found the sweetspot best so far with lush, melodic, and fresh-sounding material that represents the phenomenological qualities of its hometown wanderlust-inducingly. "Urth Man" sums that up nicely, but "Everybody Dreams" might take the cake here. Mmmhhh, that fast beat with those drawn-out synths --- everything I like about current house music is in here, definitively formulated.