This is slow-grower of a track, with a fair amount of tension over a very gradual and wobbly build. Classy stuff.
I’m actually more into the original, but I appreciate how this teases and stretches out the minimal drop. It’s very nicely done.
Sander Baan – Moods (Iunie Remix)
Kind of soundscapey atmospheric offbeat techno – quite liking Tammo Hesselink’s music so far. Just a little different but enough of a vibe for a dancefloor sway.
Tammo Hesselink – Silicon
Oh this is pretty gorgeous – it feels like a while since I’ve really been into a Barac track. It has the hypnotic feel, it’s a little spooky, it has some good drums and some weird vocal snippets. Must be a little freaky on certain drugs.
Barac – I Let My Head Fall Back
Like Ricardo but even more sparse – Lizz does a wonderful minimalising of one of Ricardo’s more upbeat and shorter tracks.
As far as I know it was never released.
Ricardo Villalobos – Santiago Penando Estas (Lizz Edit)
Kind of ambient techno – well there isn’t really a kick drum or anything, but there is an adventurous yet creepy kind of vibe to it. Could be an interesting way to finish an energetic set.
Oil Dub – DJ Ojo (Reel Long Overdub)
I think you need to pitch this down to get the most out of it – discovered from listening to the pure joy that is Move D, this is just dreamy contentedness in a track. You can almost see the sun peaking out from the clouds.
Bobby Cazanova – Vision Of Lineland
I heard this on a mix, possibly Object/Call Super but don’t quote me, and how this garage track kicks back in after the breakdown is just POWER. Ohhh that bassline.
Serious Danger – Battle Plate
A rather chunky beat for a minimal track, this has been around a little while but taken said time to grow on me. Those occasional semi-jazz sounds take this 10 minute track onto another level.
Zefzeed – Samantha Fox
One of those little melodic minimal tracks that have little pads of joy inside that touch you softly.
Sander Baan – Moods
A gorgeous piece of minimal that you or I will never own on vinyl, produced when Petri Inspirescu was at his absolute best. A mixture of glory and some charming whistling, over gorgeous minimal beats.
Petre Inspirescu – Pacalit De Q
Another kind of dark track, but this time with rising and growling synth lines to get your dancefloor brain into a tizzy. Think Batu vibes and you are just about in the right place. Impressive.