Conjure ( Ron Trent )

“Pressure Please”

FVR04 scanZoom inLabelFuture Vision
Cat. No.FVR04
Format12
Orders fromTue, 12 Aug 2008
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Review

ON TRENT delivers once again on the fourth release from his own FUTURE VISIONS label; this one under his CONJURE alias. It wouldn’t be a TRENT release without his signature air of class and distinction and this one’s no exception. Features originals “PRESSURE RELEASE” and “POWAH.” 54959;"Rong Music has compiled a (somewhat) new take on the early-’80s New York City no wave sound. Included on this 12-inch vinyl promotional sampler for DJs, fans, and collectors are three songs off the album-length compilation of the same name. Striplight delivers pin-sharp shards of guitar and unique vocal stylings over jackhammer tribal mdrums and heavy, melodic bass which all contribute to an edgy and exciting new sound. With no need for a singer or a guitar player, Tussle delivers their dancefloor candy with an extremely proficient rhythm, section consisting of a dub-loving bass player, two disco-crazy percussionists, and a pair of talented noise specialists. Welcome Stranger’s “Smoke Machine” is a mid-tempo dance heater from Thomas Bullock of Rub N Tug/Map Of Africa. With its relentless hook, thumping kick, and haunting vocals, the track should be a surefire hit this summer on the more discerning of dancefloors that prefer things slow and sinister.

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