Mireia welcomes Casino Times with Rush/Kawai plus three captivating remixes by Conga Fever, Rigopolar, and Filburt. Casino Times, aka Nicholas Church, and Joseph Spencer from London have been betting against the house for close to ten years already, winning big with releases on Wolf Music, Needwant, Omena, and their own Casino Edits label. The pair also hosts the radio show "What's My Derivative?" on Bloop Radio. Since Mireia's big cheeses RSS Disco have been keen to gamble with the Time's music, routinely lighting up dancefloors with it, a loose connection and mutual admiration formed over the years and eventually lead to this fine record here. Casino Times demonstrate their cunning yet natural and flowing sound with two originals: "Rush" and "Kawai". Both tracks are a proper trip of it's own, psychedelic pinball machines that'll catapult you to the further edges of the known sphere. An arpeggiated melody line leads the "Rush", while a rock-solid foundation of hard-hitting drums keep you steady. The melody filters into acidic fringes and a strange voice guides the traveler to the core of this outer-body experience. By intertwining a pulsating E-Bass with sharp percussions and a brazen guitar chords, "Kawai" steers the travels even further out of world's reach. A whole ensemble of sirens and vocal fragments warn of imminent rapture. After this, it'll be hard to return to the mundane.
Mireia welcomes Casino Times with Rush/Kawai plus three captivating remixes by Conga Fever, Rigopolar, and Filburt. Casino Times, aka Nicholas Church, and Joseph Spencer from London have been betting against the house for close to ten years already, winning big with releases on Wolf Music, Needwant, Omena, and their own Casino Edits label. The pair also hosts the radio show "What's My Derivative?" on Bloop Radio. Since Mireia's big cheeses RSS Disco have been keen to gamble with the Time's music, routinely lighting up dancefloors with it, a loose connection and mutual admiration formed over the years and eventually lead to this fine record here. Casino Times demonstrate their cunning yet natural and flowing sound with two originals: "Rush" and "Kawai". Both tracks are a proper trip of it's own, psychedelic pinball machines that'll catapult you to the further edges of the known sphere. An arpeggiated melody line leads the "Rush", while a rock-solid foundation of hard-hitting drums keep you steady. The melody filters into acidic fringes and a strange voice guides the traveler to the core of this outer-body experience. By intertwining a pulsating E-Bass with sharp percussions and a brazen guitar chords, "Kawai" steers the travels even further out of world's reach. A whole ensemble of sirens and vocal fragments warn of imminent rapture. After this, it'll be hard to return to the mundane.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MIREIA
Rel. Date: 11/08/2019
UPC: 4251648415497

Rush / Kawai
Artist: Casino Times
Format: Vinyl
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Mireia welcomes Casino Times with Rush/Kawai plus three captivating remixes by Conga Fever, Rigopolar, and Filburt. Casino Times, aka Nicholas Church, and Joseph Spencer from London have been betting against the house for close to ten years already, winning big with releases on Wolf Music, Needwant, Omena, and their own Casino Edits label. The pair also hosts the radio show "What's My Derivative?" on Bloop Radio. Since Mireia's big cheeses RSS Disco have been keen to gamble with the Time's music, routinely lighting up dancefloors with it, a loose connection and mutual admiration formed over the years and eventually lead to this fine record here. Casino Times demonstrate their cunning yet natural and flowing sound with two originals: "Rush" and "Kawai". Both tracks are a proper trip of it's own, psychedelic pinball machines that'll catapult you to the further edges of the known sphere. An arpeggiated melody line leads the "Rush", while a rock-solid foundation of hard-hitting drums keep you steady. The melody filters into acidic fringes and a strange voice guides the traveler to the core of this outer-body experience. By intertwining a pulsating E-Bass with sharp percussions and a brazen guitar chords, "Kawai" steers the travels even further out of world's reach. A whole ensemble of sirens and vocal fragments warn of imminent rapture. After this, it'll be hard to return to the mundane.