Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Slow Techno : Domu - Quarantine

Domu Quarantine Slow Techno
Domu is best known for his works in the genres of broken beat and drum & bass. Here we have an outing of his released on New Religion back in 2005. 'Quarantine' featured on the 'Electric Institute' compilation alongside music from the likes of Balil, Carl Craig and Kirk Degiorgio. This cut could be described as broken beat, nu-jazz, broken techno or slow techno as it can fit into any of those categories. Fans of Floating Points will enjoy this production as it has a real space funk vibe to it. Jazz Funk heads and Underground Resistance followers will immediately be able to tap into the vibe that Dominic Stanton has created here - futuristic, funky, melodic, uplifting and dancefloor too. You could not ask for more! This release was a firm favourite of Patrick Forge's that he used to play on his legendary Kiss100FM radio show (now sorely missed).



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