Flowers (EP - SD27)

by Mystica Tribe

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Andrew Jervis Mystica Tribe achieve maximum atmospherics with minimal resources. Their deep, heavyweight, electronic dub is as deadly a diversion on headphones as it is the dance floor. Heard Gilles Peterson drop "Moon & Stone," the rest of this EP is equally as essential. Favorite track: Ripple Marks Dub.
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First of two new bassheavy techno-ish dub EP's by Mystica Tribe. Four tracks of excellent electronic dub with heavy techno and acid influences. Although only his second release after his debut in 2011 with ''Meditation Stick'' the Japanese Mystica Tribe already delivers a powerful trademark sound: loose, shuffling beats, layered with heavy basses, tribal percussion and trippy elements, like the dark acid tale on titletrack ''Flowers'' and the classic melodica stabs on ''Fractale'' and ''Moon & Stone''. Tokyo Dub at it's best.

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released March 29, 2013

Written and produced by Takafumi Noda

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