|1.||Reedale Rise - "Larial" (6:00)|
|2.||Zuleta - "Where" (7:18)|
|1.||Derek Carr - "Outer Rim Project" (6:20)|
|2.||John Shima - "Programmed Reality" (5:50)|
Given that this compilation style EP from Emotions Electric features music from noted contemporary futurists John Shima, Reedale Rise and Derek Carr, we'd expect the resultant material to be rather special. It is, of course, with Reedale Rise's "Larial" - an evocative, fluid education in the possibilities of deep and melodious electro - brilliantly setting the scene. Zuelta's "Where" sits somewhere between delay-laden proto-house, early Chicago deep house and blissful deep techno, while Carr's "Outer Rim Project" sounds like a long lost relic of the first wave of Detroit techno. As for John Shima's "Programmed Reality", it's one of the most intensely beautiful and emotion-rich hybrid electro/techno tunes we've heard in a very long time.
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