Jump Source release their second record on in-house imprint JS with their heaviest endeavour yet. Four dense cuts for whatever time you find yourself in. Made in Montreal, delivered to The World.
Canadian duo M.S.L. debuts on the Clone Dub Series with a heady 4 track ep. Walking that fine line between classic headphone IDM and tripped out early morning dance floor cuts. Bleepy arpeggios, melodies and soaring strings, backed by the syncopated rythms of analogue drummachines. Very reminiscent of early F-com releases and, our own harbour city duo, Duplex’s early works on Dub and Clone Records.
Jump Source, comprised of Priori & Project Pablo, kick off their new catalogue JS with a 12” of three subtle creations. After building a studio together in Montreal last year, the two dubbed out various compositions through an old British console, resulting in JS01.
“Following last year’s release on NAFF, ANF hit the West Coast with four tracks of lush, trance-inducing digital bubblebaths on Pacific Rhythm. You might know this Montreal duo already: After lingering around under a different name, Dust-e-1 burst onto the scene last year with two 12-inches of blazing junglist workouts, while Priori has established himself as a keen collaborator, partnering with the likes of Project Pablo, RAMZi and Ex-Terrestrial. Their work together as ANF is some of their most distinctive, and on Mauna Kea the two producers explore the outer reaches of their sound, going on an expedition through pulsating acid lines, blood-rushing breakbeats and cosmic synths, with melodies that linger long after they’re gone. The title track is a sleek and slippery acid-flecked cut charged with hints of progressive house, while ‘State Function’ looks back to the Sputnik missions of early ’90s Biosphere, with floating breakbeats and space shuttle chatter. The other two cuts are primed for the chill-out room, the after-hours kickback or any place where there’s a lava lamp and a beanbag chair, from the hand percussion-driven groove and celestial pads of ‘Mary Lynne’ to the leisurely breakbeats of ‘Chi-Motion.’ All four tracks offer rich, space-age techno to take your dance floor somewhere in the past that feels like the future.”