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Giorgio Luceri Feat Gregg Fore

All That We See Or Seem

More amazing music from Jamal Moss' Mathematics Recordings - celebrating 22 years of cutting edge electronic music! It's a spiritual house odessy for the 104th sonic missiv to date, with Giorgio Luceri on production duties and featuring the vocal talents of Gregg Fore.

If you like your house deep, emotional and with a certain tribal edge, then you'll be in for a treat here: think NDATL, Robert Owens, Kai Alce and half Jamal's past signing that he's knowingly groomed and nutured, creating a roster of artists he can truly call his own. 

"All That We See Or Seem" grabs us by the hands and takes us on a star-lit tour of Chicago house history, from the jacking, mechanized drum beats, to the string-soaked emotive epics and back through late night, speaker friend almost-techno, it's an inventive and captivated listen from the off. 

Steve Poindextor Presents: Scientifictodd

Feel Some Type Of Way

    103rd released on Mathematics sees old friend Steve Poindextor come thru with a new alias - Scientifictodd. 

    Beginning with the eerie and seductive creep of "Always On My Mind", we move into more typical Poindextor biznis on "Feel Some Time Of Way" with a growling b-line and darkened male vox. "Everybody Dance" isn't a tribute to Chic but instead a filthy rotten acidic barn dance. "Always On My Mind" is an abstract and experimental number, again typically Poindextor if you know what you're looking for! ;) Cerebral but feral, and more than capable of summoning up some raged nightclub demons come the witching hours. "Peacefull Bliss" concludes with a slow, churning, mainframe glitching number that's become kinda synonymous with Mathematics as a whole and closes the EP on a nigh-essential track for high grade electronic music fans. Wonderful stuff! 

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    As we cross the milestone 100 release mark, Jamal Moss' imperative label continues to supply the goods for intergalactic movers and shakers. This latest project features music from Cuban performer and guitarist Vivian Garcia who gets tweaked and polished by Italian hardware obsessive, Deviere. Beautifully injecting some fresh energy into classic house grooves, we open with the expansive, high gloss thriller that is "Ven Vonmigo", a classic 90s house vibe decorated with vibing sax licks, nice female vox and captivating arrangement. "Luna" gets two reworkings by the Italian maestro. First his "Deeply Envisioned Rework" strips it back to a warehouse dwelling creeper; thick square waves dominating a skeletal drum palette with that exotic vocal straddling the sonic structure wonderfully - eerie, tense and with a thousand uses out in the field. Finally we get a wild, late night orientated club refix which sends the vox spiralling out of control whilst concentric kick drums pound against strewn out atmospheres and cavernous piano notes before Deviere dumps a bucket load of analogue fx onto the stem and completely flips the vibe. Don't miss this last beauty it's gonna destroy the club! Mathematics rides again! Always worth a punt!

    Audio Atlas Presents Presents DimDJ

    Future Ancient EP

    Another of the three Mathematics to land this week, and only the third record to date from one Audio Atlas (Greek producers  Dimitris Evagelopoulos & Mijo). Sonically very rich, intricate and with plenty of layers to get your teeth into, "XIV" introduces the EP with concentric, mesmerizing arps, fluttering beautifully against pulsating drum rhythms and low, gliding bass. "Crash 3" revisits vintage acid house music, but done in that gnarly, biting style so favoured by Jamal Moss during his extended, anything-goes DJ sets. Flip the disc and we get interstella house music on "Trok", full off bendy, wigged out synths and buoyant drums circa Red Planet. "The Black Lodge" sees celestial, post-peak bliss explored with finesse, Audio Atlas journeying through out nearest star cluster at hyperspeed before slowing down to land on a distant planet, searching for "Temple Of The Mountain" - with its intrepid, weaving acid lines, slow-mo drums, emotive chord sequence and evocative, spoken word vocal section. A brilliantly sequenced, highly emotive set of tracks marking a wonderful label debut by these skilled Greek producers. 




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