Friday 24 May 2019
Shinedoe drops her second release on her own Music That Moves label, following on from last year's outstanding Mutant Frequencies EP.
Razor is a four track release that cements the label boss’s role as one of the most important producers in the scene, highlighting her powerful, refined sound throughout the different versions included here.
The original of Razor is as sharp and deadly as the title suggests - a taut, edgy production built around a propulsive rhythm, great swarths of razor-sharp synths and fizzing, popping
percussion. The Dub Version strips away the metallic synths and focuses in on the rhythmic interplay of drums, bass and percussion, resulting is a spacy, dubbed out techno weapon.
The remixes come courtesy of Rob Kirkaldy, aka Roberto - the London based techno producer whose exciting, direct sound shows influences from Detroit as well as his hometown. The first remix is a rolling, deep banger - that seems to develop in intensity as waves of sounds merge and meld, guided by laser like percussion. Roberto’s second remix strips away some of the additional layers, and reveals a sleek, rhythmic structure that takes it cues form some of the lords of Detroit techno.
A1. Shinedoe - Razor (Original)
A2. Shinedoe - Razor (Dub)
B1. Shinedoe - Razor (Roberto Remix 1)
B2. Shinedoe - Razor (Roberto Remix 2)