Following the success of their last release, Xandrus >Fading Dreams EP<, which enjoyed notable support from (arpiar) stalwart Rhadoo, Nastia, Anthea and Yaya, to name but a few, vinyl only imprint LDN will return to the shelves in early December with their third 12inch installment. This time around label boss Scott Kemp will be providing the goods, in the form of a four track EP, aptly named >1988<, the year of Scott s naissence. Featuring three exquisite original tracks accompanied by a sublime remix from Romanian producer Nu Zau, Scott Kemps years of experience honing his productions skills are laid bare from start to finish, as he continues to assert his affinity for stripped back, percussive driven techno with this pulsating composition. The EP debuts with >1988<, which feels evocative with its atmospheric vibe and slower pace, coupled with its deep bass, hypnotic synths and spacey sounds. In contrast, >Konman< is more alert and its dynamic rhythm invariably encourages one to dance, as the latter part of the track welcomes warm and bouncy synths, complimentary to its percussive elements.
Once again proving his ability to be versatile and boldly experiment with his creative musical mind, Scott Kemp seamlessly slips between moods while maintaining his own focused, ever refining sound, and together with Nu Zau’s inciting contribution, LDN 003 shapes up to be both a stimulating and arousing musical offering fitting for even the most discerning of record collectors. [Releasenote from Label]