Review: The R&S label has many similarities to the legendary Basic Channel label. Although the vibe isn't 'that technoid' anymore, an astonishing range of tracks is presented here. Every 12" so far stands for itself. 'Roll Off' is a deep shaped and pulsating ambient tune in two parts with a unique sound scape of organic chords and coloured noises.
Review: The groove of R&S won't stop. Every 12" seems to go on where the predecessor stopped. What one keeps on riding this train is the ever refreshing sound scape of every new release with its echoes of the processing 12"s. A continuous self re-invention is going on with a good portion of accidental mutations in the sound sphere.
Review: 'Music A Fe Rule' is the opener for the Rhythm & Sound label. The tune in its two parts is driven by an offbeat groove combined with a bassline that gives the impression of an electro-esque 2-step track. R&S takes their famous dub processed sound sphere to new heights and Paul St. Hilaire delivers an almost psychedelic, fragmentary vocal track. Killer!