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T-Woc – Hoshorom

Available now on Bandcamp and on Juno. Available on Itunes, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon, Emusic, Deezer and 100+ other stores next week…….

There are two T-Wocs. Those who have seen this Dublin-based producer in any one of a number of hot and sweaty basement bars across the city will know him as a purveyor of big bouncing basey beats and thumping reggae goodness that propel the dance floor into a furious frenzy. Those who know him from his prolific releases will know him as a serious producer of instrumental dub and deep-filled electronic soundscapes.

The frenetic energy of T-Woc live would never work as well beyond the sweat-filled basement, but Hoshorom, his latest 4-track EP on the genre-bending net label Invisible Agent, still manages to tap in to it and infuse a collection of dark and brooding dub sounds with a cheeky playfulness. 

bacoloa, the opening track, hits you from the off with a hectic impatience that drives you forward then suddenly collapses, fading away into the subtle ether where the factory-floor beats of enough hammer out an industrialised dub before emerging fully formed and triumphant on suffered, a space-hopper of track that bounces along in a direction you never expected. panong, the seven minute-long final destination of your journey through Hoshorom, arrives like the terminus on a train journey where you fell asleep and missed your stop, awakening somewhere that you never expected, dark and unsettling at first but as familiarity grows it cocoons you with its warm embrace, filling you with sad regret when it all ends and its time to go back home.

Hoshorom is T-Woc at his most accomplished as a producer. He may never fully reconcile his two halves, but on the strength of this EP, why would he want to?

Warren DalyAdded by: Warren Daly | 27th March 2013 2 Comments

EP Release: T-Woc – Hoshorom

T-Woc – Hoshorom EP

Bass heavy goodness from T-Woc. Available as a pre-order on Bandcamp and Exclusively on Juno (26th of March 2013).

Warren DalyAdded by: Warren Daly | 25th March 2013 Leave a comment!

Video: ZoiD – Particle Dither


From the latest ZoiD album Selected ZoidWorks 05-12

Reviews

“Utilising both expermemtation and improvisation to create something unique is a tough task in today’s world. Zoid seems to have utilised both and has created something that will be tough to top in its field.” – We Are Noise

“This album is a real joy. The odd time signatures add a pleasingly unsteady organic quality that complements the crisp artificial beats.” – ContactLight / Michael Noble

“Plenty of really enjoyable stuff going on here.” – Louder Than War / Philip Neeson

Warren DalyAdded by: Warren Daly | 6th March 2013 Leave a comment!

Netlabelism Cast 17 – The best of 2012, Part 2

Netlabelism Cast 17 by Netlabelism on Mixcloud

Downtempo and Ambient – Best of 2012 – Part 2

My latest podcast for Netlabelism Magazine is out now. I selected some of my favorite Ambient Netlabel tracks from 2012 and including them on 2 Podcasts. Enjoy the mix.

Download

Free download on archive.org – 110Mb – 320K MP3

Warren DalyAdded by: Warren Daly | 13th February 2013 Leave a comment!

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