Uploaded on Jan 21, 2011
Previously uploaded on my original channel - 27 January 2010
Spatial Dance Dubs from Echologist:
"Dreadscapes", released as a 12" E.P on the Japanese Mule Musiq label [mule musiq 004]. 2005.
Echologist / Brendon Moeller / Beat Pharmacy / Mono Blanco:
is a New York based South African, who has been seriously producing since 1994. His compositions have been released on Francois K's Deep Space Media; Third ear Records, Echocord, Mule Musiq, Leena Music, Eskimo recordings and then some. He records as Brendon Moeller, Beat Pharmacy and Echologist. Dub, techno, jazz, afrobeat and psychedelics are inspirations that appear in most of his music. Whether it be serious dancefloor bizniz, or dubbed out bass-scapes, his music always possesses a quality and signature that make him the force he is today. He has collaborated with some of the great dub vocalists of our time, namely Mutabaruka, Spaceape, Mikey Dread and Paul St. Hilaire amongst others.
started as a wordandsound exclusive distribution label. The label has released works centred around Kuniyuki Takahashi, a world renowned Japanese artist, who released a big hit track, Precious Hall, out of Joe Claussell's Natural Resource as well as Sly Mongoose (whose track was remixed by Rub'n Tug recently), ecologist (aka beat pharmacy), and forthcoming, Force Of Nature. The label's theme is to release "good music" from many different genres. It has released many works continuously and has received positive responses by world famous DJs and music lovers alike.
mule musiq is always one step ahead in bringing over artists and cutting edge sounds from the European scene into Japan. mule musiq based in Japan, their activitites has a great reputation in Europe.
Another twelve lifted deep from Brendon Moeller's dubby vaults - marking a
return to the more overtly Basic Channel influenced material that has made him
such a sought-after producer round these parts in recent months. "Dreadscapes"
opens the twelve and is just immense - all tripped out dub chords and staggered
hi-hats - vintage techno the berlin way, the sort of thing we just cant resist
here. "Darker", meanwhile, employs a slightly Housier template - shimmering keys
and stertched synths taking the track into less ethereal territory, a more
rugged, slowed-down version of Moeller's signature sound. Brilliant stuff -
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