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RHIÉ 2014- THE PURGATORY OF MONOTONY

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EBOKA is the name of a thousand-year old plant from central Africa, used in ancient times as hallucinogenic substance during initiation rituals, and nowadays as drug treatment.

artwork
Marco Klefisch
http://www.marcoklefisch.com

Soon on
Black Acre Records
http://theblackacre.co.uk

Alternative download
https://db.tt/MzV9bupe

EBOKA is the name of a thousand-year old plant from central Africa, used in ancient times as hallucinogenic substance during initiation rituals, and nowadays as drug treatment.

artwork
Marco Klefisch
http://www.marcoklefisch.com

Soon on
Black Acre Records
http://theblackacre.co.uk

Alternative download
https://db.tt/MzV9bupe

June 2014

Written & Performed by Hope
Recorded by Samuel Irl at Feedback Studio, Vienna
Mix & Additional Production by Patrick Pulsinger, Feedback Studio, Vienna

Charles Farrell was born to a sophisticated middle class family in Boston, but at age 12, he left home and came of age on the street, joining “low-life culture”, the underbelly of boxing, and avant garde piano.

This recording is available to download at: http://boilerroom.tv/recording/john-morales/

DJ Rahdu keeps it caliente for the final show of July! Birmingham’s Byron the Aquarius makes an appearance on the setlist with a track from his upcoming Detroit house inspired album and make sure you peep Rahdu’s new favorite artist Malia. Keep it tuned here to make sure you’re XXXperienced!

Listen/purchase: Castor, The Twin by Dessa

Formerly one-half of house duo Aashton & Swift, and the lead singer/producer of the band Kinema, the Brighton-hailing Dominic Ashton follows on from recent remixes for Clubfeet, Ajello, Logo and Compuphonic, with his debut release for Loungin’.

Comprised of 4 tracks that align with the West London-based label’s heritage for house at the deeper end of the spectrum, the ‘Show You’ EP features two vocal-led originals and two remixes.

With a nod back to the formative years of US garage, the rolling title track combines muscular chords with low-end swing, while the other original production, ‘If I’d Known’, aligns more with the roots of British acid house.

Over on the flipside, Plant Music boss, All Dom Wrong, applies additional keys to Show You to deliver an East Coast disco-tinged alternative, with an additional dub version, entitled ‘Night Dubbing Mix’, by Dominic himself completing the package.

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Released on 12” and Digital in March on Loungin’ Recordings
https://www.facebook.com/lounginrecs