Release Date: 23rd October 2020
He wasn’t sure anymore what had happened. Because whenever he tried to think about it, all he felt was extreme pain. So the best was to not think at all. Not feel at all. Not move at all. Not breathe at all.
Introducing Earth Plates vol 3 - the debut pressing of Budapest’s young talent CT Kidobó.
The EP opens up with title track Exboyfriend, an emotional electro destroyer. While its melodies melt your heart, those violent drums are ready to punish the memory of your ex in a satisfying way. Next up the alien buchla weirdness of Asymmetrical Ingroup Bias - the tune that may be nominated for the most upliftingly psychotic dancefloor anthem of 20020.
Flip the disc and you’ll get a Douala remix that will squeeze out your post break up tears with some cuddly offbeat basslines and deeply empathic chord progression, while Gnork’s 303/break take on Asymmetrical Ingroup Bias will help you to channel out your infinite pain in a highly optimistic way.
a1. CT Kidobó - Exboyfriend
a2. CT Kidobó - Asymmetrical Ingroup Bias
b1. CT Kidobó - Exboyfriend (Douala remix)
b2. CT Kidobó - Asymmetrical Ingroup Bias (Gnork Remix)
Release Date: 14th February 2020
417th January, 20019. Szabi just arrived home from his 240 hour flight from X. He was lying in bed for a couple of days, too lazy to dress, talk or feel terrible. Also, he realized something weird. As if his presence was only physical and a crucial part of him was missing. As if his consciousness was being faked and his real self was stuck back there, in that strange underwater galaxy. He still felt that cold, damp sensation on his inner skin, and his mind was trapped in a stream of looping music that felt really alien but desperately familiar at the same time.
Introducing Earth Plates’ second pressing, Gnork’s latest EP, Lost in X. The Budapest based producer takes his signiture sound further, deeper, and more refined. Wonder how that would sound like? Imagine underwater infused with outer space, chunky electro beats with dusty organs, dark wharehouse vibes with soul wrenching satellite bleeps, 707 drums with cheesy synth solos. Or just listen to the previews and secure a copy for yourself. If you do, you’ll get a plate that might be very useful, either when playing to some lost souls in a dark club or curing your jetlag while sipping bwokando.
a1. Gnork - Lost in X
a2. Gnork - ur so fkn good
b1. Gnork - Tears and Bleeps
b2. Gnork - Rays