TVG Hates TVG brings the first release on Golden Age. The House That
Sandpaper Built presents TVG's (reminding You he has got release for
free on Black Hoe previously, owns Pinecone Moonshine with artists NSF,
dgoHn, Fracture, etc, has got signing on sYncoPathic.Recordings) taste
nicely: afflicted atmosphere behind the sneacky drum sequencing travels
You to the proper realm dreamt by TVG. Show Me How To Cry was created
by one of the Hungarians' most upcoming producers, Mystification and
was released on Black Hoe Alimony as the teaser of the label. TVG
reproduced and reprogrammed the original totally, created something
different, only fragments can be appreciable. A huge remix was born!
This is the first time Mr. Schwerdel appears as Kodama (with the track named 'Venom') who is also known as Acid Lab (with 'Lotus' remixed by Double O - the original was released by Syncophatic Recordings). Melodic, minimal, deep, clean: to name some what feature these two drum'n'bass tracks.
The upcoming Hungarian duo Radical Motion (two producers, Direct and Range teamed up to join forces making beats together) has some interesting appearances (drum'n'bass, hip hop, trip hop, dub and break as well) on independent labels like IPC Spotlight and Cellophunk (with their first ep entitled 'Folderol'). Those beautiful melodies with 'Misbelief' and 'Szep uj vilag' (Nice New World in English) are recommended to those who like the well-produced sentimental music.