A1 Black M1D1 - Thangs
The work on the A-side perfectly combines reduced house rhythms, deep sub frequencies seasoned with chords under the influence of dub techno music, periodically creating an atmospheric atmosphere as a contrast to the dirty production and street rap vocals that are dosed throughout the work as a guiding thread. However, it is not a hip house work in which the vocalist takes over the dominance, but pieces of the recorded male voice are literally used as a groove element, in places developing the narrative as an arrangement figure. Those who know me very well, are aware that I have been totally addicted to dub elements in electronic music ever since Basic Channel appeared, so this record was close to my heart from the first listen. Although it is not a musical revolution, but rather a combination of nostalgic elements from the rich history of electronic music.
B1 Black M1D1 - Diazepam
A raw production with a dark mood and a syncopated beat, intelligently continues the street vibe of the A-side. The atmosphere of a full-length thriller, vulgarisms, atonal sections and a bass drum that breaks kidney stones, is definitely not for the average listener of house music and similar genres, but the right team would enjoy every beat of this excellent arrangement.https://mixmagadria-com.translate.goog/feature/vinyl-tjedna-black-m1d1-diazepam-ep-pick-cell-records?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=de&_x_tr_hl=de&_x_tr_pto=wapp