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|1.||"Out Of Darkness" (5:58)|
|2.||"Primal Fire" (6:19)|
|1.||"Ajaja Rhythmus" (10:30)|
|2.||"Meditation In Baltimore" (5:17)|
French duo in London Nummer are back on their eponymous imprint with some esoteric and tripped out jams that take you deep into the exotic. On the A side we have "Out Of The Darkness" a slow burning exercise in hypnotism with shamanic qualities, and the heady tribal trance of "Primal Fire": if the subtle acid flashes won't grab you, the polyrhythms certainly will. On the flip, the neon lit balearica of "Ajaja Rhythmus" over its glorious 11 minute duration had us rather impressed. As did "Meditation In Baltimore" which is the EP's finest moment. This evocative and bittersweet jam features some rolling tribal rhythms beneath some celestial synths and soothing pads, which are altogether quite brilliant indeed.
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