|1.||Samo DJ - "Waterfall" (4:57)|
|2.||Oma Totem - "Amb Minus" (5:13)|
|3.||Shame On Us - "Fingers Crossed" (7:43)|
|1.||Nadia D'alo - "Ten-high Straight" (4:53)|
|2.||Mioclono - "Center Of Things" (7:28)|
|3.||Odopt - "Bretonn" (3:40)|
John Talabot's Hivern Discs could be a case study in suggestive dance music. Made for serious soundystems, finely tuned to perfection, the spectacular level of detail means even when there's a hint rather than definitely defined beat, there's always a sense of rhythm that's easy to feel with feet, while the arrangements themselves are aiming straight for the mind. An expansive six tracks form this EP, which pretty much define that idea. Oma Totem's "Amb Minus", for example, uses tom-style drums to create urgency, with scarcely a kick in earshot. "Center Of Things", by Mioclono, counters that by bringing the 80s vibes via a purposeful punch, reverbed synth line and low-bleeps, threatening to put you in a trance. Closer "Bretonn", meanwhile, sees Odopt adopt a dark, desolate mood that sounds as though it was born on a factory floor.
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