|MH-245 Daedelus - Denies The Day's Demise
The mighty Daedelus returns with his new Mush full-length, the fifteen track dancefoor masterpiece, Daedelus Denies The Day's Demise. With a slight tweak to the formula, Daedelus' magic music box has cranked out a project of techno inspried programming infused with Brazilian Bossa Nova, complete with shakers, hand claps, congas, and other mysterious percussion. Of course, the multilayered melding of disparate sounds from far-off times that Daedelus has built a career on remain the focus of each mix. Whether the music reaches you through sweaty club speakers or the refreshing cool of headphones, it will become clear on first listen that this album could only be the production work of Daedelus.
|Highly recomended - XLR8R / A record that you really should hear to believe - One Week To Live / Bleeping good - Dazed and Confused / Butt-shaking fun for electronica nerds and urban hipsters alike - DJ / Daedelus proves to be a musician's musician - Giant Robot / One might call it a modern masterpiece – Filter
|More heat emerging from the Ciy of Angels is the latest in a line of engrossing aural patchworks from producer extraordinaire Daedelus, whose Denies the Day's Demise rocks more layers than the world's largest wedding cake. Bets are MF Doom would love his cartoon-style samples as well. - Hip-Hop Connection