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Some love coming from Press & Artists:
* Laurent Garnier ''Love This !!''
* Russ Gabriel (Ferox Records) ''Beautiful! 5/5 Charted!''
* Nick tasker (Boiler Room / NTS) ''I Love the Nicson and An Gelo Remix!''
* Per Bojsen-Moller ‘’Really dope EP from Bessiekat. Can’t say I’ve heard his work before, but will definitely be hunting down other productions. Excellent complimentary remixes here too, couldn’t pick a winner as they all bring something different to the table.’’
* Beaner ( Oye Records, Berlin ) “ these are all great. i think this is my favorite flumo record so far!!”
Joining the Flumo house is the new member Bessiekat. Brewed in districts and clubs of Moscow, with a growing label of his own, Isaiah Tapes, and increasing number of releases, Bessiekat continues. On this record, he states a strong rhythm with harmonic disposition, all painted with industrially laced colours of the hardware used to create the following pieces.
The two originals Hearp and Pearls share a commonality in developing vivid landscapes of overlapping analogue sonic expositions.
However, they differ in the way that the former warms you up and brings you more attentively to the speaker, while the latter throws you back on the deep, dark, early morning dancefloor.
The B-side of the record presents three different experimentations in using the same colours to paint a different picture. J Albert provides progressively monotonic recording, one that successfully develops a swinging analogue feel the more detail you begin hearing in the interplay of the highs and the lows. Overlapping patches of synths make sure to add the melody for the emotional part of the track.
Willis Anne turns tables around and rather than exposing intricacies of rhythm, he focus on melding of melodies and harmonies for a fuller and wider scope of sound. It’s slower and drags thru the speakers, waveforms flirting with each frequency of the spectrum.
Dissemination of original track’s elements culminates in Nicson and An Gelo’s remix. Here both rhythm and melody are disintegrated further, creating a sense of breathing with the manipulation of velocity and editing. Apparent space is eventually filled with new sounds of synths and pads, suggesting a thematic return to the themes of original mixes and perhaps is referring to circle of life, circle of tribe, circle of the record.