Vin Sol - Western Ways EP mp3 flac
- Album: Western Ways EP
- MP3: 1567 mb | FLAC: 1627 mb
- Released: 2014
- Style: House
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Vin Sol's most recent excursion, a collaborative EP on Unknown to the Unknown with regular studio partner Matrixxman, was something of a bombastic, in-your-face affair. Here, the producer returns to regular home Soo Wavey with a quartet of deeper cuts. Matrixxman hook-up "Spoiled Exile" takes things deeper and darker, before "Pyramids" impresses by expertly combining sparse chords, simple beats and a rising and falling synth bassline
Vin Sol – Western Ways. Matrixxman) 0. in Sol – Pyramids 0. in Sol – Meltdown Vin Sol’s most recent excursion, a collaborative EP on Unknown to the Unknown with regular studio partner Matrixxman, was something of a bombastic, in-your-face affair. Here, the producer returns to regular home Soo Wavey with a quartet of deeper cuts
Matrixxman) 0. Matrixxman hook-up Spoiled Exile takes things deeper and darker, before Pyramids impresses by expertly combining.
PYRAMIDS on the Deep side has a classic moody Chicago vibe & MELTDOWN is a dreamy cut. FYI: SWR006, 007 and 008 are all now out of print (these releases really are limited�) so dont miss this one! out of stock.
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Split into a ‘Raw’ side and a ‘Deep’ side, the Western Ways EP sees the Californian producer making like a backstreet cosmetic surgeon; all killer, no filler. On the A-side we’re treated to a Linn accented jacker and the sonar sweep and morse code bleep of the techy Matrixxman collab ‘Spoiled Exile’. Flip the disc for a trip to Chicago 86 with the Fingers-esque roll of ‘Pyramids’ and the dreamlike haze of ‘Meltdown’. This album is twelve minutes and it’s perfect. Originally released back in 2013 on the Melters label out of San Francisco it sold out instantly and now Slumberland have done the decent thing and released it once more. It’s comes down somewhere between early Teenage Fanclub and Weezer yet destroys them both with it’s super pop buoyancy.
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Featuring – Matrixxman