Also be sure to read the small interview they did with him here.
DimbiDeep have become a stable in my music collection over the last year. This release, as they say themselves, is slightly diverging from their typical deep-dubby sounds to a more technoid style. Being a lover of deep and dub I’m obviously going to prefer their more deeper releases but this is still a good ep with a few elements that will please even the deepest of dub fans. Have a listen and let me know what you think.
The 9th single release on DimbiDeep Music just came up with Matteo Pitton, already know from Eintakt, forcing into a more technoid style than the regular DimbiDeep-Sound. Matteo is presenting 3 tracks with a very unique and experimental interpretation of dub techno based on massive dry kickdrums, surrounded by monotone percussive elements and epic noise-chords for generating a dark and sometimes depressive operating atmosphere. Take part in this abstract world of deep gloomy sounds and rusty industrial flavours of an Old Railway Station.
1. Old Railway Station
2. Only 3 Hours of Sleep
3. Where Did I Put the Flowers
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