Døob, Armie & Javi Green – Deaf Humans EP Review

Døob, Armie & Javi Green – Deaf Humans EP

Spanish imprint Clockpoets return here with their second release, a stunning effort featuring three originals from dynamic trio, Døob, Armie and Javi Green. Entitled the Deaf Humans EP, it continues Clockpoets‘ auspicious start, further cementing its reputation as a label to keep an eye on.

Getting us underway is the sounds of ‘Whales‘. Nimble, dexterous and full of meandering, unpredictable sounds, its zippy aesthetic marks it out as a track of some distinction. Hazy yet lighthearted, it introduces the record with considerable panache.

Hippos & Elephants‘ continues on a similar tip, albeit with a more sinister agenda. Full of haunting synths and tripped-out vibes, it’s another intriguing cut that’s sure to make an impression wherever it’s allowed to roam loose. The trio’s penchant for off-kilter sounds is explored once more on ‘Bushes‘, a more groove orientated effort that’s notable for its steely ethos and various metallic synths.

Closing off matters is Rico Casazza, who delivers an impressive interpretation of ‘Whales‘. Cut from a wholly different cloth to the original, this one is based on a more forceful, techno agenda, the likes of which Casazza has earned a solid reputation for over the years. A more heads down affair to matters elsewhere, its intricate, clever melodies act as a perfect counterbalance to the majority of the record. An EP of various sounds and vibes, Clockpoets‘ latest is a joy from start to finish.

Grab your Deaf Humans copy at deejay.de

Artist: Døob, Armie & Javi Green
Title: Deaf Humans
Label: Clock Poets
Cat. number: CKP002
Release date: 19.07.2017
Format: Vinyl–only
Words by: Vlad Hatze

 

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