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by Jamaica Suk

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GORSCH aaah, that's pumpin fat. Like to dance with this Album. Its a transcendental journey in the deep spaces of rhythm and mind. The melodic parts (Yes there are some) sometimes seem to run in different ways against all, to come together again - thats artificial. What a horizon you can walk to. Surprising everywhere... listen to
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siruma_k Incredible deep dark techno with beautiful lush and exciting sounds. This is my go to record right now for inspiration. Tip: listen to 'Two Moons' on headphones! Favorite track: Two Moons.
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Clockwise 06:31
Two Moons 03:39
Vision 06:38


DJ Mag - "Thrilling, pitch-dark techno ... ‘Vision’ evokes her minimalist and ambient fascinations to make an enveloping, distorted dancefloor brawler…"

Mixmag - "Pumps along like a steamboat. 8/10"

Jamaica is no stranger to big-room headliner spots in both the US and Europe, including regular international appearances with red-hot Berlin-based queer collective Pornceptual. Her productions have the drive and power to match, as exhibited on a steady stream of finely-crafted releases on labels like Face to Face, Sub tl, and L.A.G., plus her own vinyl-only label Gradient.

In "Clockwise," she ventures deeper into grimy analog dreamworlds, without losing any of the momentum and power of her signature sound. The titular track pairs a relentless, explosive kick with fanciful percussion and wind-up mechanics, in detailed dancefloor cinematics. "Two Moons" weaves rich, fuzzy ambience that floats above a thunderous slow groove. "Vision" completes the triptych with a touch of dark whimsy that dances atop more four on the floor action.

Argentinian up-and-comer Pulse One, who has made a name on Polegroup, Dasha Rush's Fullpanda, and others, adds a massive, energetic remix. His take on "Clockwise" seems ready for a dark, throbbing crowd in Buenos Aires or Berlin.


released July 13, 2018

Mastering: Cem Oral.
Cover image: Peter Kirn.
Design: Marijn Degenaar.


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