Mark E makes a rapid return after the hugely successful E-Versions series, we now embark E-Work. While E-Versions celebrated the full, dazzling shimmer of the Disco ball lit dancefloor, E-Work turns down the lights, and turns up the system for some pared down sonic sorcery. 11 more words
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Mark E with his first offering for the ESP Institute. ‘Laurentian Abyss’ undoubtedly conjures narrative images from the depths of a man’s soul, trudging through an array of rhythmic pulse, percussion and arpeggiation that resembles the inner workings of a grandfather clock, based on a disorienting 5/4 timing yet culminating in a singular stroke. 60 more words
EP : Think Twice Remixes (2009 Feb.16) Juno Records
The Detroit Experiment is the self-titled jazz/electronic collaborative project including DJ/producer Carl Craig, saxophonist Bennie Maupin, trumpeter Marcus Belgrave, pianist Geri Allen, and violinist Regina Carter, all natives or longtime residents of Detroit, Michigan.
Ma Spaventi’s Revolver, Most Excellent Unlimited’s inaugural release, is something of a Swiss army knife for DJs planning to venture into the wilderness. There’s a melancholic, mid-tempo house number, “The Sick Tape Dealer,”that’s lit with a crystalline glow. 113 more words