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Night Drive EP

The Australian Nightime Drama label hits release number ten with a Various Artists EP. It features a mix of returning artists and new signings, with Hiver, Stefan Vincent, Artefakt, Eric Cloutier & Trinity all featuring on a release that once again mixes styles from the past with a forward thinking vision.
First up is Dutchman Stefan Vincent with his first on the label after releasing tracks on the likes of Anagram and Dynamic Reflection. It’s a deep techno voyage with far sighted synths and colourful pads all bristling away to bring a sense of energy yet serenity to the track. Curle and LET Recordings’ Hiver duo then go even deeper, with warm, elastic and rubbery basslines and icy hi hats softened with broad synths that stretch off to infinity. A gentle acid line finishes things off before another duo, this time Artefakt from Delsin and Field Records, serves up the beautiful ambient techno of Faces of Others, which has soft pads suspending you in the cosmos as subtle rippling rhythms drive things along. Last of all, Eric Cloutier collaborates with label regular Trinity on ‘Hidden Places’, a patient bit of early evening dub techno that exudes warmth and soul.


Adrifting Voyage EP

Australia’s Nightime Drama welcome Steven Tang and label associate Trinity for a new collaborative EP that comes with two originals and remixes by Basic Soul Unit and Daniela La Luz.
Tang has long been serving up space age techno sounds on his own Obsolete Music Technology and the likes of Smallville, and Trinity is a DJ, live act and producer from Sydney who plays key clubs around Europe and releases on Counter Pulse and Coincidence as well as this one.
Innermost Search opens the EP with supple and rubbery drums carrying you off into the cosmos as spaced out pads bring real scale and emotional depth. It’s a cinematic house track with vivid imagery. Then comes a remix from Dekmantel’s Toronto mainstay Basic Soul Unit that is much more busy and robust. A wide lead synth line sprays about above drums which are much bigger and heavier. It’s prime warehouse material to get people marching.
Tang & Trinity’s Adrifting Voyage then slips back into a deep, cerebral house groove with oodles of reverb and dubby chords cut though by icy hi hats and transcendental pads. Last of all, Berlin’s Daniela a La Luz (who has released on the likes of Cocoon and !K7) remixes this one into a lively, nimble house track with curious melodic riffs and tough drums appealing to both head and heel. It rounds out a fresh and powerful EP of futuristic house music.


Cascade Drive

Australian label Nightime Drama, run by Peter Fincher (aka Vibrio) and Shaun Franklin (aka Trebek) now serves up its second standout release of 2016. This four track affair comes hot on the heels of the last by Yoshihiro Arikawa, and is a second release on the label by Aussie live act, DJ and producer Trinity, with Steven Tang and Italian based Andee on the remix. Trinity has also released on OOC, Coincidence and Android Muziq and regularly performs all round Europe. His sound deep and cosmic, heady and hypnotic, as the fresh tracks here prove. Cascade Drive is seven minutes of direct and elastic house with spacey pads and driving drums carrying you through the cosmos. From the Earthmothern label and one half of RK’s, Andee strips it back to a slick rubber kick drum then layers in a forceful acid line and icy hi hats to really get you under its spell. The longform groove is physical and cerebral in equal measure. The next original is Expansion, and again finds Trinity serving up a hi tech and soul infused deep techno sound that is lithe and liquid, smeared with great pads and truly timeless. Emphasis boss Steven Tang is the perfect man to remix given his style, and his version flips the cut into a more heavyweight and banging techno effort, but one that is just as littered with sci fi sounds, spaceship trails and intergalactic energies.

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