|Various Artists / Width - Affin 011|
|Album:||Width - Affin 011||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2013-08-11||Pull Date:||2013-10-13||Charts:||RPM/Electronica|
|Week Ending:||6 Oct||22 Sep||15 Sep||8 Sep||1 Sep|
|1.||Oct 01, 2013:||Pumping Iron |
|4.||Sep 11, 2013:||BLS_TuesSub_1900-2100 |
|2.||Sep 17, 2013:||Tuesday Beats 1930-2200 |
Coveled Part 1
|5.||Sep 10, 2013:||BLS_SubShow_Hour03_Hour04 |
|3.||Sep 16, 2013:||The Big Love Show |
Coveled Part 1
|6.||Sep 03, 2013:||Tuesday Beats Part 01 |
Meaty techno compilation EP w/ speaker-shaking beats. But very danceable, in the spirit of the Tresor sound. That's high praise indeed. Spieth's "Never Mind" (#1) and Fridell's "Coveled Part 1" (#4) are both good tracks with the same genetic lineage - almost like sister tracks. Urbano's "Deconstruct" (#2) is more nervous and edgy, but still a pounder. The only one that doesn't fit is Chemie's "Molecular Riots" (#3) which is a bit too chaotic and gabber-like. For my money, try the Spieth, Urbano, and Fridell tracks (#1, #2, #4).|
1. Hard crunching beats, repeated percussive tonal loop. Intense and muscular. Great claps.
2. Heavy bouncing beats with numerous twisted and nervous synth manipulations.
3. Chaotic and overly textured with noise. The beats are a little too fast in tempo, making this track sound like gabber rave music.
4. A sister of Spieth's track #1, I think. There's a lot of similarity with the types of loops used. Hard hitting beats, repeated loops. Good stuff.
|1.||Spieth, Joachim||Never Mind|
|4.||Fridell, Matthias||Coveled Part 1|