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Turning Jewels Into Water / Which Way Is Home?
Album:Which Way Is Home? Collection:Out for Review
Artist:Turning Jewels Into Water Added:Jun 2018
Label:Fpe Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2018-07-04 Pull Date:2018-09-05 Charts:RPM/Electronica
Week Ending:Aug 26Aug 5Jul 29Jul 22Jul 15Jul 8

 Recent Airplay
1.Aug 25, 2018:Buford J. Sharkley Presents: As Told to Hervey Okkles
Which Way Is Home?
4.Jul 19, 2018:subwoofer etc etc etc
Lights Below The Water
2.Aug 04, 2018:Music Casserole
Which Way Is Home (Zilla Remix)
5.Jul 19, 2018:I Like to Dance: Shake Off Your Pants
Lights Below The Water
3.Jul 25, 2018:The Library
Lights Below The Water
6.Jul 16, 2018:I Like to Dance: Shake Off Your Pants
Lights Below The Water

Album Review
Telepathic Juan
Reviewed 2018-07-03 
Which Way Is Home? is the debut EP by Brooklyn duo Turning Jewels Into Water. The instrumental music is a combination of Dub, 1990s trip-hop inspired electronic music, and urban field recordings. Quite dense, more on the ambient side.

Something else from the press release:
Turning Jewels Into Water, the deep-beat ceremonial think-tank that sees the coming together of percussionist/rhythm-prophet Ravish Momin and Haitian experimental electronic engineer Val Jeanty, are set to expose the contaminating realities of our dysfunctional, dystopian present with an infectious blast of Blade Runner-esque retro-future. Half-organic, half-machine, total binary breakdown.

RIYL: Late 1990s Warp Records, Talibam!, Tricky

Recommended Tracks: 1, 2, 3, 4 [FCC]

IMPORTANT: There are two formats for this record: CD and vinyl (record doesn’t include track 5). Plays at 45 RPM.

1. (4:39) **Which Way Is Home? – Slow/medium tempo. Dub track with looped vocal samples and trip-hop inspired rhythms.
2. (3:18) *Which Way Is Home? (Slikback Remix) – Slow/medium-up tempo. Less vocals and more rhythms. 1990s electronic music forever.
3. (3:36) ***Lights Below the Water – Medium-up tempo. Accelerated trip-hop. Solid sounds and vocals loops. Amusing voyage.
4. (3:48) **Vishwas – FCC [Oh Shit?]. Slow/medium-up tempo. Dub/techno track with looped vocal samples and trip-hop inspired rhythms. Cool piece.
5. (5:40) Which Way Is Home? (Zilla Remix) – Slow/medium-up tempo. Layers of looped vocals, vintage percussion sounds, effective distortion.

Track Listing
1.Which Way Is Home? 3.Lights Below The Water
2.Which Way Is Home? (Slikback Remix) 4.Vishwas
 5.Which Way Is Home (Zilla Remix)