Ark & Pit Spector - LEMPIRE DESSENCE

Ark & Pit Spector

LEMPIRE DESSENCE

12" Vinyl D

Circus Company / CCS078

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Swinging From The Chandelier And Setting Fire To The Feast, Our Original Raison Detre Is Back To Raise Merry Hell And We Couldnt Be Happier As Accessories To The Crime. Ark Was One Of The Biggest Influences On Circus Company When It First Formed From The Freakier Corners Of The Paris Scene, And Since Day One He Has Been A Guiding Force In Maintaining An Uncompromising Attitude Towards House And Techno In All Its Most Flamboyant Forms

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Ark was one of the biggest influences on Circus Company when it first formed from the freakier corners of the Paris scene, and since day one he has been a guiding force in maintaining an uncompromising attitude towards house and techno in all its most flamboyant forms. It has been some time since the Mr. Full Destructor graced our label, but he comes to us on a wave of productivity that has seen recent singles for Versatile and Thema boast developed studio skills clashing with the same punk spirit that has always forced Ark to stand on his own for the safety of the other kids on the dancefloor. On this new EP, Guillaume Berroyer has never sounded so urgent, so demanding, and yet so in control of his creative powers. “Hall Of Confusion” is a brutal call to arms that channels rolling breakbeat badness into a nerve-jangling alarm while the samples come flying thick and fast throughout the jam. As if to complete twist with your fragile state of mind, the track’s successor “Tirés Par Les Chevaux” employs a horse to drag you by the hair back into some refined beat-head shit (as La Funk Mob would say), calling to mind some of those early downtempo interludes you would find on Brif Records but still played out like a psychedelic doodle pad of ideas and samples. Never afraid to wave two irreverent fingers at the electronic music establishment (with the utmost respect behind it of course), “Troll Of Detroit” comes to life on some romantic Motor City strings before mutating into a bastard child of the early days of the Belleville Three, still sounding inimitably like Ark. [txt from ]
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23.07.2013

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