A Sagittariun

“Dream Ritual”

EDREAMSLP001 scanZoom inLabelElastic Dreams
Cat. No.EDREAMSLP001
FormatEXCL2LPE
Orders fromMon, 11 Nov 2013
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E-DREAMSLP001 UPC: 827170525467 Release : 11.11.2013 Tracklist 2LP A1. Sundial A2. Crystallization feat. Skip McDonald B1. V4641 Sgr B2. Seven Locks (In Dub) B3. The Age Of Sin C1. Conquering Lions C2. Trine D1. The South Node D2. Network Restoration Short info: The shadowy UK techno artist, A Sagittariun, releases his debut album this November, to coincide with the Sagittarius zodiac period. “Dream Ritual” comes off the back of a steady stream of well received EPs from ‘The Archer’ on his own Elastic Dreams label, releases that have captured the imaginations of the electronic community for their depth and diversity, where old techno breaks collide with Detroit techno aesthetics, ambient dub sits alongside industrially charged electro, and many more sound palettes inbetween. A 2012 Resident Advisor podcast perfectly encapsulated the A Sagittariun mood, and the uninitiated should definitely check this out. “Dream Ritual” continues this journey through moods and tempos, each track sprinkled with this stargazing quality. Opening track “Sundial” sets the tone, the percussive elements teasing in and out of a melodious, thick analogue cloud. “Crystallization” sees A Sagittariun collaborate with veteran guitarist Skip McDonald (Sugarhill Gang/Tackhead/On-U Sound), whos guitar licks have graced Sugarhill classics like “The Message” and “White Lines", as well as working with the likes of James Brown, Afrika Bambaataa, George Clinton and more…The sprawling dub tinged piece evokes shades of Boards Of Canada, spacey guitar licks meet downtown with A Sagittariun’s take on ambient dub… The album weaves its way through a heady mix of sounds, be it the old skool breakbeats of “Conquering Lions” and “A Lucid Dream", the driving classic techno sounds of “V4641 Sgr", “The South Node” and “Network Restoration", industrial slabs of dub funk on “The Age Of Sin” and “Seven Locks (In Dub)” and the concentrated jazzy electronica of “The Mind Has No Time". ” 85137;"EDREAMSCD001 UPC: 827170134225 Release : 11.11.2013 Tracklist CD 01. Sundial 02. Crystallization feat. Skip McDonald 03. V4641 Sgr 04. Conquering Lions 05. Seven Locks (In Dub) 06. The South Node 07. Trine 08. The Age Of Sin 09. Year Of The Ox 10. The Mind Has No Time 11. A Lucid Dream (Original Dream) 12. Network Restoration The shadowy UK techno artist, A Sagittariun, releases his debut album this November, to coincide with the Sagittarius zodiac period. “Dream Ritual” comes off the back of a steady stream of well received EPs from ‘The Archer’ on his own Elastic Dreams label, releases that have captured the imaginations of the electronic community for their depth and diversity, where old techno breaks collide with Detroit techno aesthetics, ambient dub sits alongside industrially charged electro, and many more sound palettes inbetween. A 2012 Resident Advisor podcast perfectly encapsulated the A Sagittariun mood, and the uninitiated should definitely check this out. “Dream Ritual” continues this journey through moods and tempos, each track sprinkled with this stargazing quality. Opening track “Sundial” sets the tone, the percussive elements teasing in and out of a melodious, thick analogue cloud. “Crystallization” sees A Sagittariun collaborate with veteran guitarist Skip McDonald (Sugarhill Gang/Tackhead/On-U Sound), whos guitar licks have graced Sugarhill classics like “The Message” and “White Lines", as well as working with the likes of James Brown, Afrika Bambaataa, George Clinton and more…The sprawling dub tinged piece evokes shades of Boards Of Canada, spacey guitar licks meet downtown with A Sagittariun’s take on ambient dub… The album weaves its way through a heady mix of sounds, be it the old skool breakbeats of “Conquering Lions” and “A Lucid Dream", the driving classic techno sounds of “V4641 Sgr", “The South Node” and “Network Restoration", industrial slabs of dub funk on “The Age Of Sin” and “Seven Locks (In Dub)” and

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