british 808 enthusiast pierre codarin delivers the third release on huxleys no ideas original imprint with a trio of cuts. having impressed the likes of raresh, radio slave, mr. g, art department and rolando with his pc record labels first outing this year, codarins productions are skeletal house grooves with the sort of raw energy and depth that baby ford has perfected. d express intricate layers of percussion and warped atmospherics, das neffs trippy, fractured electro and closing track concretes pounding, shuffled mechanics all serve to create a rich debut 12 inch from codarin on nio.
renowned house and techno producer mr. g joins the no ideas original roster with four typically powerful house cuts this january. hot on the heels of his fifth album, not to mention a year releasing on bass culture, relative, warm sounds, midnight shift and defected - colin mcbean is a producer that needs little introduction. leading the way, cant stop? sees mr. g merge an infectious vocal with rumbling bass, raw drums and a murky oscillating synth before 4am nyc download (ts version) introduces a subtle melody as a cacophony of hats join a distorted soulful vox. crunchy percussion and a moody hook then form make me mad before concluding the package with a twisted reimagining titled make me dub!