Matt John - The Keys (CD) on Cocoon

Matt John - The Keys (CD)

Cocoon [DE] | CORCD 034 - Jul. 15, 2013

CD || Minimal House / Minimal Trance / Tech House / Techno

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UPC: 827170130524 Release: 27. Mai 2013 Tracklisting: 1.Interview PT1 2.Angels Dust 3.Monogramm 4.The River feat. Marc Lorbeer 5.Ocean Inside 6.My Pocket 7.The Keys 8.Britz Wind 9.The Surf Owl 10.Today 11.Froydish Retro was the by far most overworked musical term in all areas house and techno. And well, we have to admit it it: So is this release by our new player MATT JOHN and his debut for Cocoon Recordings. However, this time “retro” works a bit different. It’s Sheffield, Warp, the early Hacienda- and LFO-days that are shining through here. No massive Kink-like-909-programming, no Chicago- and no New-York-house revival and finally not just another London- and Berlin-hipster-soundtrack. We are talking northern sound inspired techno here, dark but hedonistic, analogue synths and for those who remember: A Certain Ratio feeling all over the place! Of course this is what we hear here and what we feel and we have no idea if Matt John did all this on purpose but to be honest: We don’t care! This is great, this is good, this is techno as we like it and most important: This is hard to find these days. So let the show begin, ladies & gentlemen here comes MATT JOHN! The style and vibe of Matt Johns collection is defined right from the start: “Interview” is built around slim analogue drums and shouts out loud that you won’t find loop-house and overpolished drum-sounds in here. It’s about feelings and all the colours of sound that create this certain atmosphere. Relaxed organsounds, spoken words and echo-effects form a decent and warm entry in this album full of depth. A perfect door opener, so let’s step further into Matt Johns world of sounds. “Angel Dust” will show many youngsters how effective a clean and banging 808 can be. The classic backwards-strings on top lead to that special dark but hedonistic vibe that is almost dying for some cool MC Tune rhyme! Matt John continues with his very own bleeps & plonks revival and with “Monogramm” it is almost undeniable that mas