My Etherealrealness (CHAR07)

by Timothy J. Fairplay

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Pinkman follows up a slew of lauded 12”s from Dollkraut, Robert Auser and Herzel on his blooming imprint Charlois with another addition from label favourite Timothy J Fairplay. Through releases on Tusk Wax sub Horn Wax, Astro Lab and Andy Blake and Joe Hart’s World Unknown, the London based producer has - through his off-kilter productions - garnered a trusty following of listeners who will relish his latest outing on Charlois.

‘My Etherealrealness’ kicks things off with tape saturated drums propelling interweaving sequences and nostalgic lead lines before ‘Phantom Trap’ sets springing kicks bounding under tense and sweeping melodies. Pressure builds behind a wall of coiling synth lines before ‘Flying Saucer Review’ lays a reverberated thud under playful percussive flashes and more adroit synthesis.

Fluttering textures and gentle tape purrs persist throughout as the tracks dismantlement gives way eerily flickering tones that cap off another prime addition to the Charlois catalogue and another solid 12” from artist going from strength to strength.

Limited to 300 copies, silkscreened sleeves

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released January 11, 2016

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Sublabel of Pinkman Records, founded in 2014.

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