Various Artists - Dots And Pearls 2 (2xLP) on Cocoon

Various Artists - Dots And Pearls 2 (2xLP)

Cocoon [DE] | CORLP 032 - Apr. 11, 2013

Vinyl || Minimal House / Minimal Trance / Tech House / Techno

Track info

Ilario Alicante & Todd Bodine - Modern Apocalypse
Subb-an feat. Jacob Phono - In The Night
Mark Reeve - Carry Me
Marco Effe - Jellied Eels
Danito & Agent! - Raw Symphony
Ambivalent - Iwato
Harvey McKay - First Strike From Mars
Sawlin - Posay

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UPC: 827170476660 Release: 03.12.2012 A1. Ilario Alicante & Todd Bodine - Modern Apocalypse A2. Subb-an feat. Jacob Phono - In The Night B1. Mark Reeve - Carry Me B2. Marco Effe - Jellied Eels C1. Danito & Agent! - Raw Symphony C2. Ambivalent - Iwato D1. Harvey McKay - First Strike From Mars D2. Sawlin - Posay Cocoon Recordings is back in full force with the follow up to last year’s superb vinyl compilation ‘Dots & Pearls’. Providing a tracklisting that is nothing less than the modern interpretation of House, Techno and Tech-House ‘Dots & Pearls II’ eschews monotonous loops and predictable formulas and rather delivers a selection packed with energy and depth. Ilario Alicante and Todd Bodine have the honour of opening the record and very much set the tone for the feel of the album. “Modern Apocalypse” gives the impression that the duo wanted to produce a matching track to follow up Ambivalent’s “Iwato” in a DJ set. The record has a wonderfully stripped and spacious feel to it, conjuring up an early hours feel with its entrancing effect and stabs plucking at the air around you. Next up we have Subb-an feat. Jacob Phono with “In The Night” a track that explores how the sound and atmosphere of big 90s Techno acts like Underworld can be transferred into our contemporary Minimal and Deep House universe, a task in which they succeeded brilliantly. Resonant beats and percussions, some 808 claps, funky fills and filtered layers match perfectly with the hypnotic vocals and form an impressing overall result that fits into the DJ’s set at any time during the night. Mark Reeve’s contribution “Carry Me” springs from typically Reeve-like UK-influenced House sounds. Softly filtered layers and cool vocal elements provide the right mood, and the long build-up with much patience and even more emotion makes “Carry Me” one of the best and deepest British Tech House tracks in recent times, a certain winner for fans of 20:20 Vision and Global Communication. With “Jellied Eels"

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