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Fire To The Empire EP [Struments Records] (Kommune1 remix) Only Vinyl

Clip! on January 07, 2014 14:33

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    Out now via https://soundcloud.com/struments-records, distributed by Clone.
    Only vinyl.
    Supported by https://soundcloud.com/broke-one (Magic Wire Recordings/RBMA), https://soundcloud.com/auntie-flo (HighLife/Huntleys&Palmers), https://soundcloud.com/alizzz (Mad Decent/Mofo HiFi), https://soundcloud.com/kresy (Hivern Discs) and https://soundcloud.com/jorgecaiado (Balance/Groovement).

    Tracklist:
    A1. Fire
    
A2. Ash
    
B1. Bitch
    
B2. Ash (Kommune1 remix)


    Some words about it by Raul Almeda:

    Struments Records opens 2014 presenting "Fire to the Empire", third record in 12" format from this Barcelona label. Following the special dedication referred to the local talent shown by the label in its two previous releases, in this occasion the reference is signed by Clip!, relevant artist in the Spanish electronic scene that, after a versatile and prolific 2013, shows in this publication a new coordinate of their chameleonic sound. Thereby opening the door to more visceral coordinates, opaque and less intense dance that exudes less kindness and infects the club atmosphere with light and dark.

    The set, consisting of three original songs (Fire, Ash and Bitch), and a remix of "Ash" by the British artist Kommune1, discovers on side A two descriptive and powerful snapshots of translucent clubber atmosphere, winding and unfiltered. Proper of the dance hours closer to twilight in the shadows and lights mergers into sensations. While on the B side, the artists pays tribute to the most evasive and escapist concept that music can evoke, forged between the rage of techno and the subtlety of house, when instinct takes control over any convention and presents itself as a purely physical experience between the listener and the sound. Closing the total minutes of the reference, Kommune1 prints cosmic and expansive notes to "Ash", as well as he brightens the original version.

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