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FULL MOON [NNR005]
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Riding high on a string of well-received releases on Tronic and Reload, Sam WOLFE makes his debut on No Neon Records with a dark roller coloured by mysterious drones and pulsating arps. Taking notes from classic progressive house and blending it into a modern Techno landscape “Full Moon” is just the beginning of what the future has in store from WOLFE. No Neon Records [NNR005]
Full Moon 6:490:00/6:49
Waiting Up (Reprise)
https:smarturl.it/nnr004 With NNR004 HNTR brings us a reimagined take on the song that put his previous project on the map. An echoing bass riff and tough fast-paced drum groove lay the foundation for a haunting “wait up” vocal backed with cinematic feeling soundscapes that take the listener on a dark and at times moody journey. Taking notes from Deep House, Drum and Bass, and the current sounds of Techno this one definitely blurs the lines into a melting pot of inspirations but maintains a driving and peak time Techno framework. Perhaps HNTR has found a way for lighting to strike twice with this reprise as Waiting Up is set to help him leave his mark yet again. This track is definitive HNTR. https://www.HNTR.net
Waiting Up (Reprise) 7:460:00/7:46
Craig Williams & Pantheon
No Neon builds on a fantastic first EP with a fine follow up from Craig Williams & Pantheon. Williams is a long time underground talent who has released on Snatch!, Get Physical and Club Sweat and worked with Green Velvet on his album, while Australian producer and DJ Pantheon is head tastemaker of Unknown Records who counts iconic artists Paul Oakenfold, Jamie Jones, Steve Lawler and Riva Starr as fans.
Says Williams, "When Joseph Pantheon and I got into the studio we sat down, had a look at all the equipment, and chose a few key machines to work with and let them dictate the record. The obvious one you hear running through the track with the arpeggio line is the Arp 2600 clone. Once we started jamming the Arp with a couple of the drum machines the sketch came together really quickly.”
As such, Division is a lush house track with progressive melodies that take you ever higher. It's got supple drums that get you in a trance and plenty of astral mods that really make a mark.
Division [NNR002] 7:220:00/7:22