the aptly-titled sunrise sets the deep, confident tone and soundthat runs through the release, mixingwholesome, contemplative house chordswith a warm, generousacid line emergingorganically. on the flip, sunset dives furtherintothissound, diving back beneath the horizon. almostbeatless, midnight produces more intense oscillations for a weightless trip thattranscendsmere machine manipulation. gnork& 130eoa reinstall a subtle groove for theirunderstated but irresistible remix contribution.
modern house quintets fifth record, with two house music tracks. vanguard: rhodes + tr-909 + jazz guitar + bongos & congas + bass + percussions jazzmin: tr-909 + vibraphone + organ + percussions + bass
this is the third record of the modern house quintet. this new one features one house/deep house track (a side) and a more “detroit-atmosphere” cut on the b-side. “belle-ile” opens with a filtered piano organ which responds to a massive bassline. the second part of the track introduces gradually a flute line, a trumpet sample and a layered pad.“fountain” starts with a pad which is progressively defiltered and quickly joined by a bassline. the break introduces an acid bassline, supported by a string chord. all these elements blend together to create a detroit atmospheric vibe.
this is the second record of the modern house quintet, a french band who makes house music. like the former release, this new one features two house/deep house tracks: * marmande* starts with a lush pad and staccato bassline soon joined by percussions and an organ chord. the second part of the track introduces gradually a flute line plus a powerful open hi-hat. * bellevue* opens with a pad and a filtered rhodes synth supported by a low-fi bassline. that structure evolves step by step until the break introduces strong open hit-hats followed by another flute line.
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this is the first record of the modern house quintet, a french band who makes house music. it features two house-deep house tracks: * bosphore* starts with a piano loop and a deep house bass line which are steadily joined with several other chords, percussions and a jazz guitar. * venise* begins with a bass line and a piano chords which progressively evolve until the break introduces heavy open hit-hats and then, a flute pursues and concludes this deep house trip.