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Black Arts Vol 2 EP

Black Sonix

TT006 | 2016-05-13  
Black Sonix drops four heady house tracks on TRIBE Trax in the second instalment of 'Black Arts'.
The Welsh producer, real name Justin Stride, first earned a name for himself as part of Southern Divide alongside Phil Evans and Deli-G 15 years ago. More recently he launched his Black Sonix moniker, a solo venture focused on the deeper side of house 2013 a sound befitting of Tribe Records' burgeoning sub-label TRIBE Trax.
'Incidental' is a low-slung cut that meanders forward as subterranean atmospherics join subtle vinyl crackles and a mellow hook. 'Steps' then slowly builds as a heady melody joins opulent chords, before 'Djembe Dance'
deploys intricate percussion whilst quivering synths and echoing aesthetics operate throughout.

Charles Webster (Peacefrog)
'Djembe dance is nice..thnx'
Severino Panzetta (Horse Meat Disco)
Matt Mason 'Djembe Dance has a good feel to it,
Nick Wilson (Mr Beatnick) dance beats for me'
Craig Smith (6th Borough Project)
'Yes indeed! This is right up my street, great EP'
Bill Brewster
'Like Djembe Danc The groove is great. '
Baikal (Maeve)'nice grooves'
Gerd (4Lux / Clone) nice tracks. gonna play incidental. well done!'
Cayne Ramos (The Organ Grinder (4Lux))
'yes just :))))))) love the djembe dance beatsâ¦tribal fo sho'
Peter Kruder (Kruder & Dorfmeister / K7)
Incidental is nice. Djembe Dance is also fantastic. '

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