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A1 is a deadly downtempo number with distant clinks providing the melody underpinning, accompanied by some beautifully dreamy pads and wobbly 303 line, absolute eyes closed head nodded. A2 continues on the downtempo vibe but with a more electro style, slowly rising drippy acid and spacey vocal effects, despite the tempo it’s proper screw-face material. B1 is another laid back groove with ethereal pads and sparse, crisp drums. Another track on this twelve that you can completely lose yourself in. B2 rounds up the release in a completely no nonsense, head down hi-res(sonance) 303 and 909 box-clash. Damo B Take a second glance into the mirror for another reflection of yesterday. Dircsen hits you with 'Mono Operator' with its subtle acid switch ups and haunting melodies coupled with the bounciest of beats and thunderous claps ensues 303 nirvana. Heartfelt. Scott Hallam offers up the stretchy acid meets dub reggae meets hip hop influenced 'Saturday night drop' Low slung, wigged out Sabresque acidic goodness. 'Slow float' With its groove building capabilities and intricate beat work married with an acid line that unfurls and caresses the mind, body and soul. Winner winner, acid for dinner. Biblical! Next up totally going for the jugular in a +8 Hawtin kinda style is 'Distorted Reality' 3 am dance floor/club night decimation from this brutally lovely 303 jam. Banger! Placid Four tracks of 303 laced Machine funk. Made with soul. Absolutely essential. That aside. That’s really nice Scott. All 4 should keep the acid enthusiasts happy. Derek Carr Dircsen - Mono Operator and your Distorted Reality tracks are the pick here - Mono Operator has that deep underlying dirty funk but the Detroit soul, a beautiful combination. Distorted Reality is like getting hit by a steamroller driven by an acid smiley face. Wonderful EP. Al Bradley That EP is ridiculous haha! Outstanding! "After being hugely honoured to offer up some acid-house-infused cuts for ROY 001, label boss Scott Hallam brings in the ace Dircsen for four more acid workouts & fuck me, do the two artists deliver! Taking what was introduced on 001 & upping the squelch ante, the flow of acid on these tracks is phenomenal. Ranging from slo-mo deepness, to full-on headfuckery twistedness, this is, to put it mildly, an absolute killer of a release."

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Genre

House

Release Date

06.11.2021

Cat No

ROY002

Tracklist

Track 1
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Track 2
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Track 3
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Track 4
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House
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12"
Al Bradley / Scott Hallam
13.95 €
Reflection 001 Reflections Of Yesterday
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House
12"
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Al Bradley / Scott Hallam
13.95 €
Reflection 001 Reflections Of Yesterday