Death of a Star- Vinyl and Digital​!​!

by Satamile Records

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    Original pressing of Heuristic Audios first release on Satamile, just found a few pressings in stock room. Frankford+Wayne mastering New York! Design Dots Per Minute. Get em while they last.

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Heuristic Audio
"Death of a Star"
Original release Sheet.
Jan, 28th, 2004

Fresh new tracks from East London producer Heuristic Audio. Melodic and emotive driving tracks styled in a manner unique to Electro producers define this record. Four tracks kicking off with "Death of a Star" already coined by Dj's such as Mark Broom. Heavy break building bass lines culminating in a final peak of colliding melodies and haunting deep vocoder vocals. Strong clean percussion breaks throughout.
"Soul Frous" track A.2 follows up with cascading saw wave bass lines dropping down into the bass bins. Staccato rhythms and floating ghostly melodic constructions create a sense of suspense and drama throughout this track.
"Wisla" Kicks off with a hard driving breakbeat with fluctuating staccato melody's in the background with a huge bass line filling out the track. Cutting lead synth lines burst into the mix bringing it to a new level of suspense and mystery. this track is fat, break driven Electro with a heavy UK feel to it. Building and breaking down, and rebuilding again into different evolving mutation. A very personal and expressive experience for the listener.
"Dawn Over the City" track B.2 brings a stunning end to this 4 track EP bound to make a dent in the History of Electro. Full on melodic and counter melodies, in the vain of Boards of Canada but rich in tonalities and variation constantly drinving forward through the mix with clean driving kicks and snare

credits

released 03 June 2013
Satamile Rec, Brooklyn Phono, Frankford and Wayne Mastering, Juno Records,

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