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Casino Times debut on Stamp Records with four carefully diced grooves. With acid-tinged disco and house-infused jazz on the A side, and not one but two tributes to Austropop on the B, the duo show-off both their eclectic tastes and loose approach to crafting an edit.

Much like the style established by the Casino Edits series, 'Enough Acid' is a disco excursion that rolls with lively organic percussion, funked up guitar, singing strings and a meaty analogue acid bass line. Perfectly timed piano breaks pays homage to the monstrous source material, creating an abundance of dancefloor drama...

'The Glow (Estate)' achieves the seemingly unfeasible; an enchanting jazz sample is seamlessly arranged across a tight drum groove creating rich, soulful rhythms. At points the track seems to take flight to create space for a tender vocal hook, fascinating for both diggers and dancers alike.

Flipping to the other side, Casino Times go all in with a tribute to Austropop, with two stripped back new wave and punk inspired cuts. 'Gaze Into The Future' shakes bodies and pushes the bass bins to the limit, with the sound of a siren letting us know it's time to report to the dancefloor.

Its counterpart 'Overly Dramatic' lives up to its name - a jaunty slap bass groove bounces away underneath roaring synthetic atmospheres, sporadically launching into bellowing choral hits that'll make your head spin.


Matt says: Stamp never let us down. And with Casino Times on the roster you know it's gonna be pure fire. The kinda joints that'll blow the roof of clubs like Barbarellas in Croatia.


A. Ain't Enough Acid
A. The Glow (estate)
B. Gaze Into The Future
B. Overly Dramatic

Part 1 of a two part project from Casino Times exploring the fertile ground between techno, breaks and bass. The two 12”s make up a fully realized album; cemented into a durable yet expansive electronic framework which is perfect for Joseph Spencer and Nicholas Church to hang their ergonomic high voltage tapestries. These are functional tracks with just the right amount of head space and cerebral leaning to gift home listeners as much as club goers. The ingenuity and creativity levels are high right across the two parts; landing in the same territories as KH, TOHT, Overmono and Club Winston yet with their own rugged, hardware driven outer shell. 


A. A Change In Motion
A. Tweak Feat. Cimmerli
B. End Of Civilisation
B. Passing By
B. Square

Part 2 of a two part project from Casino Times which finds Joseph Spencer and Nicholas Church continuing to carve out new paths across the blurred boundaries between bass, techno and breaks.

With both 12”s making up the album proper, the second part is equally enthralling as the first – five tracks that glow with a nuclear core, powered by pneumatic drums and tastefully decorated with sumptuous pads, the occasional vocal rap and lashings of untamed electric currents. It gloriously exists in the right now whilst paying close attention to the kinetic rhythms of the body and the ongoing exploration of synthesized soundscapes. In short a proper vivid mind trip which’ll equally excite dancers and DJs when placed into their natural environments. There’s few LPs that work in such varied contexts, but Casino Times seem to have nailed just that. Recommended!


A. Ultra Synthetic
A. Something Else Feat. Duane
A. Run Mods
B. Unfold
B. Tides

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