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Nine months after the well received MXMN002, SAMA is back on his own imprint with his third release. 4 tracks, all centered around a general theme; each track consists of textural soundscapes and heavy growl-like sounds, but with vastly different flavors. Whereas 'There's Not A lot To Say' is the most subdued and atmospheric track, 'Benefit The Masses' is the more in-your-face track, driven by a heavy broken-beat kick pattern. On the B-side, 'Fragments Of Distrust' is a more tribal and groovy track, and to top it off 'Gentle Reminder' is the most driving track, with a forward-pushing locked groove. Long story short: there should be a track in there for everyone's needs. As with the first two releases, the artwork is painted by Argentinian artist Ric Santesteban.Tracklisting:A1. There's Not A Lot To Say A2. Benefit The Masses B1. Fragments of Distrust B2. Gentle Reminder
Nine months after the well received MXMN002, SAMA is back on his own imprint with his third release. 4 tracks, all centered around a general theme; each track consists of textural soundscapes and heavy growl-like sounds, but with vastly different flavors. Whereas 'There's Not A lot To Say' is the most subdued and atmospheric track, 'Benefit The Masses' is the more in-your-face track, driven by a heavy broken-beat kick pattern. On the B-side, 'Fragments Of Distrust' is a more tribal and groovy track, and to top it off 'Gentle Reminder' is the most driving track, with a forward-pushing locked groove. Long story short: there should be a track in there for everyone's needs. As with the first two releases, the artwork is painted by Argentinian artist Ric Santesteban.Tracklisting:A1. There's Not A Lot To Say A2. Benefit The Masses B1. Fragments of Distrust B2. Gentle Reminder
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Artist: Sama
Format: Vinyl
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Nine months after the well received MXMN002, SAMA is back on his own imprint with his third release. 4 tracks, all centered around a general theme; each track consists of textural soundscapes and heavy growl-like sounds, but with vastly different flavors. Whereas 'There's Not A lot To Say' is the most subdued and atmospheric track, 'Benefit The Masses' is the more in-your-face track, driven by a heavy broken-beat kick pattern. On the B-side, 'Fragments Of Distrust' is a more tribal and groovy track, and to top it off 'Gentle Reminder' is the most driving track, with a forward-pushing locked groove. Long story short: there should be a track in there for everyone's needs. As with the first two releases, the artwork is painted by Argentinian artist Ric Santesteban.Tracklisting:A1. There's Not A Lot To Say A2. Benefit The Masses B1. Fragments of Distrust B2. Gentle Reminder
        
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