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iron curtis / quarion / session victim - treats vol. 3 (retreat)
iron curtis / quarion / session victim - treats vol. 3
iron curtis / quarion / session victim - treats vol. 3
iron curtis / quarion / session victim - treats vol. 3
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treats vol. 3

iron curtis / quarion / session victim (retreat)

Release date: 27.05.2011

Music Style: Deep House

Article No.: 1715493 / rtr0096

 
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After a short break, Retreat is back in full swing with its first 2011 release: an essential new installment in the infamous Treats series! Featuring exclusive tracks from Iron Curtis, Quarion and Session Victim, Treats Vol. 3 represents a fascinating snapshot of each artist's current musical evolution, whether it's Iron Curtis' own take on Detroit Techno, Quarion's stripped-down House with a twist or Session Victim's endless quest for the perfect groove.
You, On A Friday Night begins flat out with one of the dirtiest square wave bassline this side of the Atlantic, promptly followed by tambourine beats and offbeat FM stabs. It's a rock-solid foundation and Iron Curtis unfolds it delicately for a good minute and a half before introducing the breakdown with a piercing synth chord. As the rhythm kicks back in with extra percussive elements, the iron man gets down to work on the bassline by twisting, filtering and stretching it in a very impressive manner. The beat drops once again while the sharp Juno synth reveals a proper chord sequence, bringing an unexpected emotional feel to the entire track. After an exciting build-up, the drums reappear and an additional hi-hat implements the final touch to this bouncy masterpiece.
Quarion deliberately ventures in tooly house territory with the super-effective groove of Mysteries Of Time. This tune highlights dubby chords revolving around a heavy 118 BPM rhythm and a strong sub-bass. Although pretty basic in its form, Mysteries Of Time has a very live feel as the beat seems to drift in and out of the foreground while someone speaks about the confusion of our awareness of time. The madness happens after 3 minutes as Quarion flips the script on time manipulation and introduces a bold tempo change! But you won't be bobbing your head for too long as the track soon goes back to its original form and concludes as enigmatically as it began …
Turn the record over and the shuffling beat of Good Intentions will instantly pull you in Se

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