Sapphire 1990 Ep

by Cloned

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Midgar is proud to introduce a newcomer for the third release. A great debut for the maltese Cloned, delivering not less than 6 cuts with Sapphire 1990 E.P. The record, way more straightforward and groove centered than the previous Midgar outputs, opens with Sapphire 1990, track that sounds like very nostalgic memories from a timeless rave. Thanks to a genuine simplicity and the great arrangement of its elements, this first cut has the perfect characteristics to become a dancefloor anthem. On the same side, a live out-take from Cloned’s repertory, The Pendulum swinging synth-lines which dominate pretty direct rhythmics filled with hi-hats and claps over a constant background noise. Belgassem as the first cut on the B side, is an absolutely heavy one for the label’s standards, made of deep kickin’ drums and haunting voices empowered by a really strong and obsessive acid-line. Closing the vinyl, the slow (and again really acidic) Submerging, a lysergic vessel headed to more comfortable dimensions, groovy drums embraced by very brights heavenly pads. Sudden Death is instead a chilled-out broken beat interrupted by confused speeches and detroitish pads, resulting as a modern ritual of ascension towards higher spheres. Corel drives the release to the end, recalling most of its main features: a restless run through misty soundscapes along a path studded of bells and overwhelming, sharp hi-hats.

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released July 13, 2015

Written by Neil Spiteri

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