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Disruptive Pattern Material


Fifty Fathoms Deep
FFD004 | 2014-06-16  
Fifty Fathoms Deep proudly present the stunning debut long player from Frederick. The mysterious rising star first released in 2013 with Ewan Pearson & Sasse on spin-off label Miseredits with 'Episode of Love' which also features here on Disruptive Pattern Material. For someone so relatively new to the game this debut is all the more remarkable given the maturity of sound and quality of production. There's a real narrative to this collection of music that draws the listener in from the very first note, to the very last. This isn't just a random collection of dance tracks or some singles with fillers; this is music with substance that transcends genres. No gimmicks just real lasting quality. 'Disruptive Pattern Material' is a truly cinematic experience, an epic journey through sound, space and time, a revolutionary approach to deep house and an exemplary take on music production in general.

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Like a resounding gong, this debut album will be released onto the world this month. Reminiscent of a film noir music score, patience is rewarded as overlapping rhythmic beats are graced with beautiful atmospherics. Prepare to be picked up, swept along, tossed about and gently released. Tracks like 'I'm Still Here' and 'The Blackness' are delivered with intensity. Take the time out of your schedule and give your undivided attention to let this music work its magic.

DJ Support: Osunlade, Jimpster, Paskal & Urban Absolutes (Sonar Kollektiv), The Revenge, Sasse aka Freestyle Man (Moodmusic), Rainer Trüby, Craig Smith (6th Borough Project), Atjazz, Lars Behrenroth, Phil Asher (Restless Soul)

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