Kinrade – After I Was Twenty2 /// Bigger Deer Recordings
Kinrade releases, yet again on Bigger Deer Recordings with his signature deep meaningful techno sound…
“After I Was Twenty2″ is a release that boasts both a laidback style as well as that “drop it in a mix” movement. The title track sticks with the first option, creating a very relaxed broken beat that is encompassed by unique atmospheric sounds. It carries you along this path for the first half of the duration before stepping up a gear very slightly with a funkier groove to the beat as well as incorporating quirky, jittering rhythms. A great track for lounging back to or even adding an interesting vibe to the start of a mix.
The “Sonal Remix” on the other hand, others something clearly designed for dropping in the mix, whilst following that deep vibe that is inter twined into the very fabric of Kinrade’s sound. A remix that while staying within that deep sound bracket, offers quite an up beat turn to what you might expect thanks to its rhythmic, skipping beat. But what really stands out in this mix is the rising synthetic sound that is introduced. A sound that runs with an LFO in such a way that it really breaths its way through the track offering such a cool vibe to the mix.
The third track to this release is “Si Ren Bang”, which is where we return back to that laidback style with this very electronic break beat track. This starts very relaxed but when that deep driving bass drops in, you really feel a kick to the whole track. Saying that, the general vibe of the track is nothing too full on and does well to create a very eventful journey with all the sounds, breaks and lows designed into the workings and progression of this masterful track.
The final piece is “Southland” and is the one likely to be heard in some deep mixes…starting with its jittering bass and a few atmospheric sounds, this track literally kicks into action from nowhere once the beat is dropped, turning it into a deep rhythm, which is joined by some intriguing vocal cuts and background build-ups. The theme to this number is deep, dark and mysterious that cuts out all the hard banging nonsense. This is just pure deep rhythm.
Release Date: 13 July 2011
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