KW 009 - Philippe Petit - Itadori E.P. by Knotweed Records published on 2012/09/11 16:38:35 +0000 Side A1 – Grey Side A2 – November Side B1 – Free Side B2 – Condemned Mastering: Mathieu Berthet (www.mathieuberthet.com) Vinyl Distribution: Syncrophone Digital: Bandcamp for now, Junodownload soon Who supports KW009, the Itadori EP: Session Restore: all tracks are very cool! Free is a monster :) Arnaud Le Texier: I really like Condemned. Proper Detroit, well done! Mattias Fridell: I really like Grey & November. Perfect for me Ben Klock: I really like the B side Darko Esser: love your new Knotweed release sir! Patrick Gil: great EP, November is my fave Thomas Hessler: cool bro! I like that you don’t limit yourself Raffaele Attanasio: super EP Lee Holman: great release! especially love the a2 track November! Killer! James Johnson (Plural): Dope release! Sehou: Fine techno as always! will play and chart! Woo York: this release is really great! Kereni: the B side rocks!!! Love it!! Krenzlin: Huge EP, full support! Invite: Really cool tracks on the EP. Full support! Opuswerk: B-Side all the Way! Anaxander (on November): Yes! Brendon Moeller (on Grey): I love this Arpeggio! Gonzalo MD (on November): Intense and Mesmerising Patrick Krieger (on November): very nice track! Nicolas Duvoisin (on November): joli! Lui Urbano (on Free): top Myles Serge (on Free): yea boy! MTD (on Free): this one is really nice! Darkcell (on Condemned): nice!! Sev Dah (on Condemned): Pure Sickness! Like it a lot! Vincent Neumann: Condemned is Killer Tadeo: November Ozka: Grey and November Juno review: "This label has been on form lately, and Itadori continues its good run of form. Focusing on high-paced techno, Petit starts the EP in hypnotic mode, with a pulsing bassline and rattling percussion leading into a spacey segue. It sounds like Petit is a fan of such constructions because "November" is based on a similar approach, as heavy claps and detuned chords come together, eventually progressing into a magical denouement where layered claps and epic strings soar and soar. "Free" is a heavier affair, with relentless stabs and heavy acid lines ramming home the message, and Petit follows this approach on "Condemned", with metallic drums and a grainy bassline prevailing."