Shipping for - 18th January 2019
Coming out of Amsterdam via London, Breach’s Naked Naked imprint has been a platform from the globally lauded producer can launch club-ready material both from himself and his peers.
Having previously released records from Maison Sky, J.Tijn and Viers - the next in an ever-reliable series welcomes back Church and 2020 Midnight Visions affiliate Lorca for his third outing on the label.
Hailing from Brighton, Lorca has garnered a following behind several extolled 12″s showcasing his intricate and spectral brand of UK Electronic music. His latest offering expands on this with three moody cuts that meld eyesdown melodies with sharp, lively drum structures.
‘Creta Kano’ kicks things off with ticking percussion scurrying over a rubbery, tape driven thud. Deft dynamics build depth in the mix as detuned and delayed synth lines interweave to stunning effect.
‘Malta Kano’ then sets more textures bubbling behind bright drums and powerful, melodic synth leads. The Alt version of ‘Creta Kano’ then brings things to a dark and purposeful close. Field recordings gently bleed in and out of focus while more glowing synthesis occupies the foreground. A warped sequence circles in towards the close bringing another insight into the chops of one of the UK’s most dynamic and exciting young producers to a close.
a1. Lorca - Creta Kano
b1. Lorca - Malta Kano
Released 16th October 2015
The latest release from Breach’s own Naked Naked imprint is brought to us by Leeds based Viers aka Jordon Saxton.
Part of the new wave of UK house and techno producers, the forward thinking producer already has five releases under his belt, including a 12inch on Seb Wildblood and Ape’s ‘Church’ imprint. For his third outing on Naked Naked, Jordon once again assumes his Viers alias for another dose of dancefloor-ready techno. On the A side ‘Dissipate’ makes use of sparse elements to construct a hypnotic, minimal groove. Skippy hi-hats dance around a solid but simple bassline, creating a bouncy, satisfying energy. On the flip SMS’s dubby stabs combine with rattling percussion to establish a driving, relentless rhythm. Full of intensity, this one is definitely built for peak hour dancefloor damage.
a. Viers - Dissipate
b. Viers - SMS