All Human - No Conditions is the first solo EP by French producer Itako. The opener "The Country That Does Not Exist" is a slow-burning and bass-driven tune in which hypnotic synth and acid lines merge with North African vocal pieces. Thereafter, Itako shows with "Freehands Desire" his darker side, a mid-tempo composition with massive drum patterns and forward-moving melodies. On the flip side, "Groove That Dust" is screwing the tempo back down. Six minutes based on a '90s hip-hop sample with an irresistible groove where it's assumed no one can stand still. The release is rounded off with a remix by MR TC. The Glasgow-based musician stretched "The Country That Does Not Exist" into a tribal workout with breaks in which he let's the machines speak for themselves. Edition of 200.
All Human - No Conditions is the first solo EP by French producer Itako. The opener "The Country That Does Not Exist" is a slow-burning and bass-driven tune in which hypnotic synth and acid lines merge with North African vocal pieces. Thereafter, Itako shows with "Freehands Desire" his darker side, a mid-tempo composition with massive drum patterns and forward-moving melodies. On the flip side, "Groove That Dust" is screwing the tempo back down. Six minutes based on a '90s hip-hop sample with an irresistible groove where it's assumed no one can stand still. The release is rounded off with a remix by MR TC. The Glasgow-based musician stretched "The Country That Does Not Exist" into a tribal workout with breaks in which he let's the machines speak for themselves. Edition of 200.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: RASY
Rel. Date: 03/13/2020
UPC: 4251648417088

All Human - No Conditions
Artist: Itako
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All Human - No Conditions is the first solo EP by French producer Itako. The opener "The Country That Does Not Exist" is a slow-burning and bass-driven tune in which hypnotic synth and acid lines merge with North African vocal pieces. Thereafter, Itako shows with "Freehands Desire" his darker side, a mid-tempo composition with massive drum patterns and forward-moving melodies. On the flip side, "Groove That Dust" is screwing the tempo back down. Six minutes based on a '90s hip-hop sample with an irresistible groove where it's assumed no one can stand still. The release is rounded off with a remix by MR TC. The Glasgow-based musician stretched "The Country That Does Not Exist" into a tribal workout with breaks in which he let's the machines speak for themselves. Edition of 200.