twice aka patrick gibin established himself as a selector to be reckoned with through his black aroma re-edit series, and now he brings his penchant for deep cuts and dusty reworks to the rnt catalog. stretching over the a-side is sunrise, a bouncy sunny synthy affair, seemingly made for summer rooftops and pool parties. on the flip, searching updates a woke soulful 70s anthem, and take flights loops a boogie instrumental with hypnotic simplicity. re-edits done proper.
third release for patrick gibin aka twice and his ‘collective blends’ project, this time teaming up with kaidi tatham on keys. 3 unique cuts that go from the soulfulness of the title track ‘lights out’, to the hipnotic acid vibes of ‘high flames’ and the modern boogie flavour of ‘flash burn’.
second release for patrick gibin aka twice and his ‘collective blends’ project which includes musicians from his home town verona - italy : for this release the collective invited special guest clara hill on vocals. the raw hypnotic moog bassline together with the brazilian influenced hi-hats and rhythms of the title track “time goes by” build a solid atmospheric groove elevated by clara hills’ vocals, that give the track that unique soulful swing. on the flip, volcov’s spaced out dub version of “time goes by” is as deep as it gets and the third track, phanareega, keeps the energy high with its combination of live acoustic/electronic drums, sharp bassline and anthem strings.