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Slow RiffsGong Bath

Label:Mood Hut – MH010, Mood Hut – mh010
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:Canada
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Ambient, Leftfield, Experimental, Field Recording, Tribal, Abstract, Dark Ambient

Tracklist

AGong Bath7:20
BVirgo Dub5:45
BBPeace Arch
FeaturingHashman*
4:42
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Respect the ∞ source. Love & thanks 2: Bebke Shai, P.S.S. h∞d, Neoimg, Ploman, T.Rennat, D.Dee, Bradly.Z, RLK, Frank, June
For healing use only!.
Made in Canada

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): MH010 A BF86823-01 A1 BEAUe TEN EIGHT SEVEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): MH010 B BF86823-01 B1

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Gong Bath (3×File, FLAC)Mood HutMH0102018

Reviews

  • alo_o's avatar
    alo_o
    massively slept on record at the current price of 5 USD
    • DugTechno's avatar
      DugTechno
      db db _ such a good record _ db db
      • Coca-Cola's avatar
        Coca-Cola
        hey, side A must be play ed on 45 too
        • annexxe's avatar
          annexxe
          Edited 6 years ago
          I suspect who produced these tracks has been influenced by Damon Lamar - Tsunami Rain and Deepchord dc11, both released in 2001, not to mention Monolake - Gobi (1999).
          • time_is_a_construct's avatar
            Boomkat Product Review:
            The Canadian chill kids at Mood Hut present a star-eyed ambient dream from Local Artist Ian Wyatt, a.k.a. Slow Riffs.

            Maybe the label's first 12" to feature no straight-up dancefloor tracks, 'Gong Bath' is a warm and lovely exercise in ambient relaxation intended "for healing use only".

            With the A-side's title track we're steeped in the sounds of running water and waves of deep tissue subbass fringed with massage parlour chords and ersatz ethno drum patter. Happy endings all round.

            On the B-side, he gazes at the stars amidst the milky synth spumes and chattering cicadas of 'Virgo Dub', and finishes with a flourish of swirling celestial jazz in 'Peace Arch' redolent of elements from that amazing Ndiko Xaba and the Natives LP.