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Devil's House
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CD

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MFP 039CD MFP 039CD
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RELEASE DATE
10/14/2008

This is the second full-length release from Dapayk Solo on Mo's Ferry. Unlike its forerunner Impulsion Parasite (2006), the beats are less abstract, but topical and more breakbeat-like: you can't miss the straightness of these voluminous sounds. "Intro" features the cinematic shattering of a saw -- full of dark power. These powers continue on "Scratch The Surface," which should get the dancefloor pulsing, and "A Saw Attacks" is another sawtooth massacre mixed with breakbeats and minimalism. Dubstep and two samples also interweave on this track, so you don't have a single clue where electro starts and techno ends. New to Dapayk Solo productions are the tiny skits and small audio clips that separate and connect tracks, such as within "Better Stop Breathing," which leads over to "Vermo's House" and combines Dapayk's stumbling beats with a nasty sawing sound. "Road to Boesendorf" is a relaxing piano etude, before "Right Here With Me" starts. On "Berlin Amo," two-step beats and electro marry without trouble and gives hints as to where Berlin's musical journey might be going."Child Of The Night" is dark minimal and "How Low" evokes the depths of the bass matched with incisive, questioning vocals. The beatless snippet "Strings Attached" leads to the melancholic "Niro," which connects dubstep a la Burial and minimalism. "Skit" -- a clip with an acoustic guitar -- leads over to "A Wave That Leads You Home." This album is an emotional dancefloor joyride -- a detailed and exciting rollercoaster that is packed with Dapayk's trademark sounds and new influences you'll want to experience over and over again.