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Alexander Albrecht returns to Francis Harris's Scissor & Thread imprint under his Melquíades guise for Excerpts. "Portal" is a deep and woozy track with a strong groove, layered with pads and effects. "Tower Of The Sun" utilizes a similar driving beat, heavy on the hi-hats, but with a more submerged mood, punctuated with distant blasts and shards of noise. "Schaefer Street" also employs snappy percussion and snares, intertwined with bubbling melody and ethereal pads and washes. The same track is given a re-work by Patrice Scott, thickening up the groove and providing the most out-and-out dancefloor friendly track.
Alexander Albrecht returns to Francis Harris's Scissor & Thread imprint under his Melquíades guise for Excerpts. "Portal" is a deep and woozy track with a strong groove, layered with pads and effects. "Tower Of The Sun" utilizes a similar driving beat, heavy on the hi-hats, but with a more submerged mood, punctuated with distant blasts and shards of noise. "Schaefer Street" also employs snappy percussion and snares, intertwined with bubbling melody and ethereal pads and washes. The same track is given a re-work by Patrice Scott, thickening up the groove and providing the most out-and-out dancefloor friendly track.
4250382438076

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SCII
Rel. Date: 06/21/2019
UPC: 4250382438076

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Artist: Alex Albrecht Pres Melquiades
Format: Vinyl
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Alexander Albrecht returns to Francis Harris's Scissor & Thread imprint under his Melquíades guise for Excerpts. "Portal" is a deep and woozy track with a strong groove, layered with pads and effects. "Tower Of The Sun" utilizes a similar driving beat, heavy on the hi-hats, but with a more submerged mood, punctuated with distant blasts and shards of noise. "Schaefer Street" also employs snappy percussion and snares, intertwined with bubbling melody and ethereal pads and washes. The same track is given a re-work by Patrice Scott, thickening up the groove and providing the most out-and-out dancefloor friendly track.
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