|Various Artists / 001 - Studio R°|
|Album:||001 - Studio R°||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2013-07-21||Pull Date:||2013-09-22||Charts:||RPM/Electronica|
|Week Ending:||22 Sep||1 Sep||25 Aug||18 Aug||11 Aug||4 Aug|
|1.||Jul 06, 2015:||Everything A to Z week 01 Everything A To Z: A Guy Called Gerald |
|4.||Aug 31, 2013:||The Base Of A Dream Is Empty |
|2.||Sep 20, 2013:||Friday Beats 1600-1900 |
|5.||Aug 27, 2013:||Tuesday Beats Part 02 |
Moving Systems, Adytum, Moving Systems
|3.||Sep 17, 2013:||Tuesday Beats 1700-1930 |
|6.||Aug 24, 2013:||Saturday Beats Part 2 |
COLL: 001 - Studio R° Label: Studio R°
Fantastic first release from Studio R°! Two guys move from NYC to Berlin (Fred P & Eric Cloutier), and they team up with two Russians from the Moscow scene to put together a great 4-track EP featuring some really spaced-out trippy house. The sound definitely has a sci-fi flair to it, and it's very listenable, while not being typical dancefloor bangers. Fred P is the big name on this compilation EP, and his "Moving Systems" (#1) is a solid track. But for my money the best are Eric Cloutier's "Adytum" (#2) and Anton Kubikov's "Jan4Bg" (#3).
1. Fred P - "Moving Systems" (6:48) - Wow, Fred P's track is a little bit darker and glitchier than his previous material. It's still trippy & has a kickin' beat, though. Good stuff.
2. Eric Cloutier - "Adytum" (6:10) - Shimmering tones and claps, gentle synths, and has a bouncy dubby air to this. Lovely stuff from Cloutier.
3. Anton Kubikov - "Jan4Bg" (7:19) - So Moscow's got soul, eh? Russian producer Kubikov lays out a warm and thoughtful house track featuring shimmering synths, R&B vocal samples, and a chilled out sexy beat.
4. Korablove - "Sea Son" (7:44) - The pianos & snares, and the dramatic synths, make this track feel like a 80s/90s sci-fi adventure TV show soundtrack. Good if you're going for a retro dirty-disco vibe.
|1.||Fred P||Moving Systems|