there’s a certain quality to the music dubiosity and pjotr g put out. their palette is wide and open and incorporates acidic basslines, orchestrated pads and emotive melodies. the trailer park prophet ep is a worthy addition to their ever growing discography. this 4-track vinyl release combines different sides of the dutch duo whilst maintaining a certain degree of dancefloor quality.
announcing meridian, the newest vinyl release from pjotr g and dubiosity! it all begins with meridian, filled to the brim with distorted kicks, acid sounds and uplifting synths that take you out of your day to day life. if meridian is the booster that launches you into the stratosphere, circle in a world of squares is the engine that pushes you that bit further away from reality: elevating, haunting sounds entrance you and pull you further into fantasy. buried alive, with its echoes and shattering kick, remind you that you are very far away from home, and invite you to take comfort in your new surroundings. finally, apex gives you a sense of calm. you may be floating off into space or re-entering the atmosphere, but it doesn’t matter: you’re surrounded by hypnotizing synths and high hats, and everything seems alright.
occassional duo pjotr g & dubiosity have become household prruk names within short time. a couple of months after the well received “a man is no island” ep a new submission to the ever extended prrukblk catalog was provided in the form of “savant”, a 4 track spanning work of staggering techno with the significant filmic elements that pjotr g and dubiosity cleverly incorporate into their hazy works of techno. whereas the a side is based on these elements, on the b side darker elements are introduced. “savant” is a ferm but uplifting techno record.
holland-based planet rhythm usuals dubiosity and pjotr g return to the imprint with a slice of wax that contains 4 delicate and deep cuts all with a corresponding melodious touch to it. “a man is no island” opens up the 4-track effort with heavy drums colliding with devious soundscapes and a heavy sense of adventure. “die in a forest” is a more traditional techno cut that revolves around a tough acid bassline intrusive synth bleeps and firm set of drums. “poisening the well” is a beautifully orchestrated dubbed out cut that goes into the more spaced out territories of modern day techno. “tears in the rain” is an emotive piece of music that thrives because of dramatic sounding pads and off beat drum patterns.
around 6 months after the success of the first lateral fragments vinyl, pjotr g & dubiosity return for part two. they continue where they left off, serving some deep, melodic vibes on tabula rasa and outage. with turmoil, the duo takes a bit of a different approach. the warm synths make way for some more hypnotic, raw vibes. petter b delivers a truly grand remix for turmoil, which is as fitting to lateral fragments as it is to your sets.
subonation of perjury is the latest in the series of heart wreching techno releases from dubiosity for planet rhythm. like always, this release is heavily concentrated on touching synths and growing melodies that might leave the listener in a euphoric gaze. it’s dubiosity’s signature to combine dark and intense techno rhythms with layers of melodic goodness. throughout the whole ep this style is present. elysian fields is the darkest cut of them all but also here a vivid choir comes through to mellow things down. pjotr g and dubiosity join forces for a remix of remy kruyer’s ho chi minh on the b2.
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