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DJ Hidden - The Nightmare Connector LP [PRSPCT]


Postby lilfrenchidiot » 12 May 2019, 21:45

Label: PRSPCT Recordings
Catalog Number: PRSPCTLP017
Release Date: 21-06-2019
Format: Vinyl 12", CD & Digital

01: The Controller
02: Nymph (Alternate Version)
03: Life Blocker
04: Sleeper
05: Mind Prison (Extended Version)
06: When You Wake Up
07: All Seeing None Listening
08: Care
09: The Haunting
10: Recaller
11: The Nightmare Connector
12: Signs of a Time

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Postby Katsching » 24 May 2019, 14:23

Wtf, no one has commented here yet?
This seems like a very diverse album what from I can hear from the snippets. I'm glad he seems to be back to more complex d&b structures compared to his last album (which was pretty forgettable except for 2-3 tracks imo). I can already see myself going through a few phases of emotions while listening through it. Signs Of A Time is already almost full available to listen to in two of his Alternate Series compilations, btw. :)
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Postby lilfrenchidiot » 18 Jun 2019, 23:14

Some of the tracks :
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Postby hutzdani » 20 Jun 2019, 23:34

Oh look a hidden Album, that's not absolutely arse licked by fans with brown toungs.

So I was pretty excited by the teaser of what sounded like very dark moody atmospheric almost Doom-DnB.

After scrubbing through the YouTube uploads to my not very tuned to DnB ears it's a whole lot of not of anything more than "drum and bass tracks" I have listened to alot of drum and bass here in the UK and alot of his semiomime alia and frankly it's sounds like we'll produced drum and bass with semiomime elements scattered throughout.

Personally over 80% of the tracks just go through my ears and never register past generic drum and bass, however the final 2 tracks are pretty fucking dope.

It's the point when I hear sections like 1.33 into mind prison and it's just sounding like endless wobs and snares and kinda fast drum rolls ( compared to listening to the usual hardcore / Terror / industrial / metal ) it's just to generic drum and bass sounding regardless of production quality and the little flourishes you can hear like extra fast rolls and many layers all blending in together.

I'll be purchasing those two via band camp for sure.

PRSPC promoted it as not just another drum and bass record but it really does feel like one with some nice flourishes in tracks here and there and 2 standout tracks.
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Postby gabberis » 02 Jul 2019, 15:15

The Haunting, The Nightmare Connector sounds really good for me :p
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