These are all great tracks, but loving the dubbed out vibe of Hangman Possee in particular. DJ Hombre. Such a sick album. The higher than standard quality of packaging is also greatly appreciated by the collector in me. Antonio Patino. Sub Lunar by Coco Bryce. Focus 10 EP by Coleco. Esoteric by Coco Bryce. Explore music. The Silent Watcher by Fanu. Gobelin Chafouin. Fun Q. Ground Floor. Thomas Gezella. Luke Proctor. Sentic Cycle. James Green.
Veli Safari. Martin Klappacher. Julian Palindrone. Stephen Connolly. Mister Shifter. Christopher Rawlinson. Lance Ballard. David Mustarde. Erik Finsrud. Ryan Searchl1te. Mike Craske. Oliver Wolf. Milan Kouthoofd. Purchasable with gift card. Learn more.
Amen: bit main Machinedrum Amen: bit Amen SP12 Amen: Tears of The Killer About Life And Death Above Waters Agenda Apoca Asymmetrical Baba Bad Coffee Baretta Behind The Mask Black Circle Black Label Black Label mid section Black Water Borderline Offensive Borderline Offensive intro Da Movement whole song This time around's the turn of Fanu to contribute to this history and he's certainly done it in style, namely a four-tracker full of breaks and basses that smacks of the glory days.
If you're into the old-school Metalheadz sound you'll find it difficult not to love this release, just as we are. Lightless Recordings. Valoton Project. Octatrack 2-Tracker. The Silent Watcher. Strange Lights.
Northern Movement. Breakbeat Brew. My Drumming Sucks?! Coffee Crazy EP. Sentierum , The Sound Activist , Fanu. Samsara Beats. Fanu , Infader. Fanu , Ane Brun.
Octatrack 2-Tracker. The Silent Watcher. Drumfunk Will Never Die. Snikta , Fanu , Synapse , Ultracode. Vril Recordings. Digid , Fanu , Afia. Halogen Music.
Tunnel Vision Remixed. Detrimental Audio.Jul 28, · They keep a curious, slightly broken orbit around the bassline, while careful synth work and vocal snippets give it a claustrophobic feel, an industrial makeover for Fanu's usually limber beats. "Yin Dub" has a similar vibe but with an Orientalist twist: the rolling tabla-like percussion is nice until the vocal sample pushes it over the edge Author: Andrew Ryce.