Various Artists

“Dots And Pearls 5 (2x12" Lp)”

CORLP045 scanZoom inLabelCocoon
Cat. No.CORLP045
FormatEXCLS2LP
Orders fromFri, 18 Jan 2019
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Review

To celebrate the turn of the year, Cocoon Recordings presents us with the fifth edition of the Dots And Pearls anthology, which has been offering us an exclusive glimpse into Cocoon’s treasure trove of demos at irregular i ntervals since 2011. Once again, the eight tracks on show represent a comprehensive snapshot of the current state of club music as 2018 fades into 2019, combining established stars of the scene with eye catching newcomers to create a harmonious overall package. Tracklist: (A1) youANDme - Claret Loss (A2) Florian Hollerith - Ohrenzirkus (B1) Quenum - Blue Mountain (B2) Petar Dundov - Pyroelectric (C1) Marc Romboy - Sequential Error (C2) Blackrachas - Paracasta (D1) Emanuele Inglese - Rain (D2) Bastian Bux -Inner You First up is Berlin production team youANDme, who have been an integral part of the capital’s club life for over ten years as well as running the “Rotary Cocktail” label. Their epic floor filler “Claret Loss” kicks off the compilation with a refreshingly reduced yet deep Techhouse showpiece as the “ear circus” begins. In fact that’s the name of the next track by promising debutant Florian Hollerith. “Ohrenzirkus” amazes with a bone-dry bass drum accompanied by an insect squadron and atonal orchestra horns. Little wonder that this bold homage with its sonic claim to immortality also takes pride of place on Sven Väth’s “Sound of the 19th Season". Geneva based, Cadenza producer Quenum then reels in the acoustic madness with the elegant, metallic percussion of “Blue Mountain", while Croatian mastermind Petar Dundov takes the listener into a highly emotional state of weightlessness with the typically anthemic “Pyroelectric". Next, Systematic label boss Marc Romboy scores with “Sequential Error", a perpetually growing ball of energy that lights the way to the dance floor. In the midst of the mayhem, Italian newcomer Blackrachas offers up a slice of Mediterranean serenity with his snare opus “Paracasta", while vete

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