Tag: minimal

Kreuzberg EP

Lucidflow fire out their final release of 2017 and it is from co-founder Nadja Lind with the ‘Kreuzberg’ EP. This particular release is little bit personal as it is inspired by the areas in Berlin around where she lives. In fact, the title track itself implies that Kreuzberg must be pretty vibey place to live if its real world counterpart matches its audio incarnation. Percussive through and through, it’s a shoulder swaying dancefloor shaker with little time for airs and graces from first kick to last. ‘Schlesisches Tor’ is named after a nice area in the district. While there...

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Teufelssee EP (16.10. beatport excl.)

Nadja Lind’s high flying 2017 continues with pace. A busy studio schedule is paired with heading up the Lucidflow imprint, punctuated with countless journeys to perform DJing duties around the globe. There is no rest for the wicked, though, as she takes up position on Lucidflow release #143 with a sweet and effective three tracker. While obviously known for her heavy dub leanings in both a production and A&R capacity, we forget the debt owed to the precision house techniques as made popular by esteemed sources such as the Perlon and [a:rpia:r] imprints. On ‘Teufelssee’, we get to see...

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