Slow Assembly’s Double A-Side Release
Emerging from the chrysalis of Circuit Grooves, Slow Assembly’s EP «Slow Burn / Sunrise Acid» sends a clear signal: This is an artist unafraid to step off the beaten path. Kicking off with a thick, mutable soundscape, «Slow Burn» ushers the listener into an atmosphere teeming with raw edges and irregular rhythms, more rugged than his previous endeavors, but intriguing in its complexity.
On the flip side, «Sunrise Acid» weaves its acid line through the track, maintaining a breakbeat backbone that’s as grounded as it is wild. It’s an audacious piece that rejects any attempt at boxing it into a specific set or scene.
Circuit Grooves, with Slow Assembly at the helm, signals a departure from the refined aesthetics of Self Control, embracing instead the raw energy of the underground. It’s a testament to the power of the producer’s resilience, marking a shift towards unchartered territories that are as enthralling as they are unpredictable.