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R-Zone 04 - Exclamation/March Of The Worms/Claustrophobic Habits (22 July 2013)

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    For the fourth R-Zone, we serve up three more tracks of fizzing atmospheric house. First track ‘Exclamation’ is rough and rugged with rattling percussion hidden behind layers of grainy sci fi ambiance and the breathy exhalations of a male voice. Nebulous pads and synths spiral around each other forming a dense layer of dust and next track ‘March Of The Worms’ is even more militant. This one crawls deep below the surface where analogue machines carve out weird patterns, forming a truly knackered sounding house groove. Finally, ‘Claustrophobic Habits’ bangs a bit harder, it’s all splintered drums and coarse claps backed with a howling, gnarly groan and truly transports you to a sonic universe miles away from the norm.

    Unfiltered feedback (cause we really dig the non-sequiturs)

    "Claustrophobic habits is great! "
    Aroy Dee

    "RAW power!"
    Tommy Four Seven

    "i just love the whole r-zone series. simple as that. thank you!"
    Hunee (Hunch Music / Rush Hour, Berlin)

    ""Exclamation" is my favorite. Thanks."
    Leri Ahel (Mutant Disco Radio Show, Rijeka)

    "Claustrophobic Habits is the pick on first listen but once again sounding like a quality EP"
    Paul Mac (Stimulus Records, Brightlingsea, Essex)

    "interesting, march and claustrophobic is nice"
    Marko Nastic (Radio B92 / Exit Festival, Belgrade)

    "some interesting ideas here, march of the worms is the one i'll try "
    Locked Groove (Hotflush / Turbo, Antwerpen)

    "I'll play these .. maybe after hours vibes, especially on Exclamation. Fabulous stuff!!"
    Danny Howells

    "A little too distorted for me to play, but very nice moods here. "
    Ambivalent

    "Claustrophobic Habits is sick! Love it!"
    Roman Lindau (Fachwerk, Berlin)

    "Exclamation is my favourite R-Zone moment so far. Nice."
    Sven VT

    "first track is really nice"
    Kr!z (Token records, Gent)

    "claustrophobic habits is sounding great!"
    AnD (Horizontal Ground, Black Sun Records)

    "Claustrophobic habits is ace"
    Tomaz (22tracks, Sint Pieters Leeuw)

    "Thanx guys but im gonna leave that one aside"
    Dj Simbad (Various / Browsnwood Rec.)

    "badass!!!"
    Carlos Valdes (Studio Soulrock, Amsterdam)

    "Baddabing! R-Zone rockin the box again, heavy business ..."
    Owain Kimber (Dessous Recordings / Littledetroit, Cardiff)

    "R-zone for president!! love it!"
    Pär Grindvik (Stockholm LTD)

    "Claustrophobic Habits rocks! "
    Christereo

    "like march of the worms"
    Domenic Cappello (Sub Club)

    "Always happy to enter the R-Zone! Another strong release, although I think I preferred the old skool vibes of the previous ones."
    Will O'Brien (SUB-SCAPE, Antwerp)

    "thank you for good music!"
    Dj T (GET PHYSICAL MUSIC GMBH, Berlin)

    " Big like! downing as we speak!"
    Dimi Angélis (A&S, Traut Muzik, Balans)

    "ok, but not sure i'd play any of it."
    alex cortex

    "March Of The Worms is great. A special combination of loose synths and tight drums. Thanks!"
    Barnt (Magazine)

    "like march of the worms best here. reminds me a bit of early djungle fever records..."
    Electric Indigo (indigo:inc)

    "Thanks for the music! Downloading for Luciano, we will contact if supporting."
    Luciano / Lucien Nicolet (Cadenza Records, Bossey)

    "every R-Zone so far has been quality!"
    Bryan Kasenic (Beyond Booking)

    "sorry not for us."
    Robert Miles (OpenLab Radio)

    "On first listen 'Exclamations' is the one for me. Otherworldly pads and synths that draw you in to the R-Zone Universe. A great set opener."
    Nubian Mindz

    "Claustrophobic Habits" for me, please. "
    Norman Nodge (MDR, Berlin)

    "Claustrophobic Habits is immense."
    Dave TTB (TOTHEBONE, London)

    "Killer one. Best R-Zone for me, till now..!"
    Delta Funktionen (Ann Aimee, Berlin)

    "Always happy to get something new from the R-Zone crew. This is on point."
    Andrew Duke (Andrew Duke In The Mix/Cognition Audioworks, Halifax NS)

    "Interresting 12""
    Dj Deep (Deeply Rooted House, Paris)

    "Exclamation is the key track"
    Vince Watson (Bio Music)

    "Pure bliss again!!! R-Zone is my label of the year so far...."
    Jochen Discomeyer (Audiopilot / bln.fm, Berlin)

    "Not for me"
    Mosca (BBC Radio 1)

    "strong release "
    Laurent Garnier (F-Com, Puyvert)

    "another winner :)"
    Kuczera

    "Love the vibe of this release... "March of the worms" is my fave here. Thanks!"
    MuteOscillator (Ksoul & MuteOscillator )

    "downloading"
    Tim Thaler (BLN FM, Berlin)

    "exclamationfor me on this"
    Marco Bernardi (Take the Elevator, Bristol)

    "I always enjoy R-Zone releases."
    Surgeon

    "Think this is my favourite R-Zone yet!!!!!!!"
    Giles Armstrong

    "yes! this is the best so far "
    Tony Poland (Juno Plus, London)

    "really dark stuf here inside... 'Claustrophobic Habits' for me, thanks!"
    Angel Molina (Sonar Music, Barcelona)

    "not for me"
    Osunlade (Yoruba Records, Imerovigli, Santorini)

    "Exclamation fizzes along beautifully, track 3 is some crazy heavy shit."
    Alex Downey (Split / [covert] / Fear Of Music, London)

    "March of the worms is my pick here. Haunting!"
    Nuno Dos Santos (kollektiv, utrecht)

    Released by: R-Zone
    Release/catalogue number: R-Zone 04

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