BK013 - Hiver / Stephen Lopkin

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  • 12" vinyl mastered by Matt Colton. Artwork by Paterson
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    While thirteen might be unlucky for some, Bokhari reach their baker's dozen in fine form, enlisting Hiver and Stephen Lopkin for four impeccable cuts of deep dancefloor delight. Kicking the package off with aplomb, Hardware fanatics Hiver illustrate the power of simplicity on "Pillowhead", submerging us in deepest tech-house joy through globular bass, hypnotic stabs and immersive textures. "Whatsoever" ups the pace a little and loses a touch of the rubbery bottom end, flying free with celestial pads, sweeping synths and emotive chords. Essential for fans of Giegling and Workshop, this nails that European deep house vibe perfectly. Over on the flipside, Lopkin's "Theme from SAPL" sounds like a missing cut from Autechre's classic "Incunabula", pairing Miami drum patterns and beefy bass with moody vocoder and chirping synths for a healthy dose of machine funk. Lopkin closes the set with the Garnier approved "Speedbird Heavy", a perfectly realised excursion into deep and moody techno that's just waiting to bounce of those warehouse walls.

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Words from Piccadilly Records:

While thirteen might be unlucky for some, Bokhari reach their baker's dozen in fine form, enlisting Hiver and Stephen Lopkin for four impeccable cuts of deep dancefloor delight. Kicking the package off with aplomb, Hardware fanatics Hiver illustrate the power of simplicity on "Pillowhead", submerging us in deepest tech-house joy through globular bass, hypnotic stabs and immersive textures. "Whatsoever" ups the pace a little and loses a touch of the rubbery bottom end, flying free with celestial pads, sweeping synths and emotive chords. Essential for fans of Giegling and Workshop, this nails that European deep house vibe perfectly. Over on the flipside, Lopkin's "Theme from SAPL" sounds like a missing cut from Autechre's classic "Incunabula", pairing Miami drum patterns and beefy bass with moody vocoder and chirping synths for a healthy dose of machine funk. Lopkin closes the set with the Garnier approved "Speedbird Heavy", a perfectly realised excursion into deep and moody techno that's just waiting to bounce of those warehouse walls.

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released December 3, 2015

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