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Mako - A Break From Ritual

Recording info

Mako's 'A Break From Ritual' is a heavy-footed drum rush that has no confusion about its namesake. Apaches, Amens and Think breaks clatter seamlessly overtop a crushing two-step kick/snare darkly worshipping Photek's classic MODUS OPERANDI track 'Smoke Rings.' Heavier and unshy about his equally informed nods to noughties neurofunk, Mako does not mean to disappoint a single dance-floor with this one.

Borrowing a line from Billie Holiday, the homage continues as Mako's 'What a Little Moonlight Can Do' builds its dusky rhythm section from layered sixteenths, loads of chunky 1-2-3 percussion, and long, long reverb tails. Some of the A-side's blue-chord high-passed pad sounds return, for a brief moment, taking us back to a smoke-filled barroom in the the 1930s-at least as far back as drum & bass can go. Don't miss it.

Release Info

  • Catalog:
  • WARM027
  • Label:
  • Warm Communications
  • Format:
  • 12"
  • Title:
  • A Break From Ritual
  • Artist:
  • Mako
  • Style:
  • Drum n Bass
  • Country:
  • United Kingdom
  • Released:
  • 2nd of December 2013

Tracks

pos title
A1 A Break From Ritual
B1 What A Little Moonlight Can Do
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