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LnrdcroyOoze City

Label:Mood Hut – MH011
Vinyl, 12", EP
Style:House, Tribal, Acid, Deep House


AOoze City9:48
B1Aquabus (Plaza of Nations Dub)9:53
B2Kali Yuga 8:52

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  • Mastered ByBeau*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): MH011 A BF8624 - 01 A1 BEAU @ TEN EIGHT SEVEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): MH011 B BF8624 - 01 B1


lnrdcroy's avatar
For the trainspotters that may be interested:

At around the 5:44 mark in Oozecity, the drums cut out rather abruptly (although it "works"). This was because I accidentally knocked the AC plug out of the Roland R-70 and the machine shut down! I wanted there to be a break in that part of the track, in any case, but usually you don't have to unplug the machines to do that :)

I immediately turned the drum machine back on and thought quickly about how to get it back in sync in order to finish the recording. If you listen very closely during the break down before the drums fully come back in, you can hear at least one false start where I manually tried to tap sync the drums back in by the rhythm of the bassline. Anyway, when they come back in, it was just a fluke that the sync was bang on and that it didn't glide out of time by the end of the recording.

I now sing praise of 𝘮𝘶𝘭𝘵𝘪𝘵𝘳𝘢𝘤𝘬 𝘳𝘦𝘤𝘰𝘳𝘥𝘪𝘯𝘨, though there is a particular fun in higher-stakes recording. You have to get it right and can't change the results too much later, but there is resolution in that. Many will attest.

Gear list for this record:
E-MU E6400 Ultra
Akai MPC 1000
AudioRealism Bass Line (VSTi)
Roland JD-800
Roland R-70
Lexicon PCM-80
DBX 166 Compressor
One-Music-EU's avatar
Not so good. This guy definitely released better stuff. Quite a boring record
SamAK's avatar
Edited 4 years ago
B side may be a little quieter...but that's what the channel gain knob is for on your mixer :)

Still not as quiet as Midtown 120 Blues :)
tekmeister's avatar
I'm not against whining about pressing issues on principle, but if you think the quality of this one is "beyond a joke", perhaps you should stick to remastered deluxe edition Dire Straits records. Don't hesitate to buy this. Great music and an all around aurally pleasing record.
ceda206's avatar
Great music, but quality of the pressing unfortunately is beyond a joke!
joedisko's avatar
Absolutely cracking record, all the 3 tracks ace. Wibble jobbie
ljog52's avatar
Pressing is a little quiet on the B Side but still sounds very nice.
Musically, I'm once again delighted, the EP is extremely solid and every track will make an impression : Aquabus starts of with the New Agey vibes that the producer excels at before shifting and delivering some premium hard hitting deepness with its proeminent kick and bass in a fashion that reminded me of Simoncino's work.
Kali Yuga is a mental, relentless tribal workout that'll leave any dancefloor exhausted
Ooze City starts off as a regular stomping acid track, guaranteed to put a satisfied grin on everyone's face, but breaks down into gorgeous atmospheric pads before coming back which makes for a very memorable shift.

shaun31674's avatar
Did anyone else's come in just a plain black sleeve?, No big deal, just curious...
accoutrements's avatar
Kali Yuga is one of the best things I've heard this year. Chugging tribal deep house.
Sophuslie's avatar
almost 19 minutes on the flip side? how does it sound? quiet? must loose about -10db volume with that kind of lenght