Super smooth hypnotic wonder – even my 50 year old Scottish desk-neighbour likes it.
Groovy, hypnotic, wonderful.
Like swimming through a gloomy soup whilst on mushrooms.
Twisted, growling remix from the king – watch out for the mid-way switch.
At first I had no idea this was Cobblestone Jazz – it is after all, another cracking hypnotic Romanian-sounding minimal track. But it has that haunting edge and musical groove to it that makes it stand out – and it makes sense by the end that of course it is Cobblestone Jazz
A simple, fairly slow beat, but with a very catchy hum-along melody, and plinks of a xylophone. Effective.
Slightly glitchy minimal track with various odd drums over it, and a variety of nonsense.
I’ve been after this for some time, since I was back at a friend’s flat and managed to persuade them to swap X Factor for minimal techno seeing as it was 5am and we were out of it. It is just a hypnotic groove with this enchanting English fellow occasionally saying “Yes that’s right, exactly”.
Such an infectious track, simple rising repeated cleeps – absolutely rammed-packed full of charm. Julietta recently finished a mix with it, and it was played at Fuse on NYD. Minimally massive.
Gangster minimal. Live by the gun, die by the gun. Or live by the ket, die by the ket. It has a groovy beat to it too.
Hypnotic beauty from one of the stars of 2015, with strains of a deep house classic.
A quiet plodder, with the huge exception of some hauntingly beautiful piano twists. Superb.