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Last we heard from Aiwo, the Dusseldorf label were flipping our lids with jungle mysticism from Bufiman and DJ Normal 4 (a Piccadilly Records single of the year don't you know...) and now they blow our hive-mind with the loose, limber, languid and lysergic sounds of the Phaserboys. The mysterious debutants open the EP with "Ice", a robotic, hydraulic roller which falls in between a Street Sounds Electro classic and that Space Garage 7" on Periodica last month. Thick with unorthodox funk and percussive idiosyncracies, this is the kind of freakbeat you only get from Dusseldorf. From there we bound into the neon tinged synth pop / white boogie / cosmic jiggle of "Including No Information", a mystical, melodic and moody slow jam that could easily of landed on an Originals comp alongside "Stars & Bars" and "Don't Turn Me Away". The tempo takes a bump on the B-side, soaring into the mid twenties for the trancey tribalism of "Phase Energie", a breakbeat acid outing in vintage R&S style. The free party vibe continues to the close as "Hallo!" romps through reach for the lasers sequences, breakbeats and bass weight without neglecting the shamanic stylings its hometown has become known for.
HAllo! Here are the Phaserboys with their full Debut on Aiwo rec. and they show up with a full equiped dance floor record including Love Mission Disco Adventures and Sequenced Breakbeat Dream Dance - be fast and take the ICE as long as you can - Winter is coming! *All rec. at Aiwo Railway-View Studios Ddorf
Patrick says: The Aiwo stable show us exactly why they're one of the hottest labels around right now with this mega debut from the Phaserboys. Possibly another alias for Bufiman and DJ Normal 4, this 12" picks up where AIWO003 left off, powering through free party mysticism and wonky wave jams from start to stop.
A2. Including No Information
B1. Phase Energie