Clandestino‘s fourth release welcomes Russia’s Denis Kolomensky to the family. The ‘Recovery’ EP opens with a lively conga section, snappy snares and a classic Detroit-style drum sequence. Man of the moment Felix Dickinson ramps up the tension with a modern jack track by intensifying the bass, introducing firing drums and darker pads. Whilst Clandestino turn out an energetic, organic version. Rich with afro-centric drums, layered with an ethnic chant and forest atmospheres.
On the bside ‘Santa Monica’ takes a slower pace; gentle sunset chords complement marimba hits and atmospheric key stabs. This track getting the seal of approval from Andrew Weatherall and one you are bound to be hearing in ALFOS sets for some time to come.
Balearic Gabba Sound System’s completes the release with an extended rework, featuring a dreamy female vocal over heart wrenching synths.
Release on Vinyl from the 22//09/17
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