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Baptiste & Pierre Colleu / Dolphin Kid / Nuearth Kitchen

Test Pressing, Reviews, Dr Rob, Baptiste, Pierre, Colleu, Dolphin Kid, Nuearth Kitchen, Black Merlin, Willie Burns, Coyote, Jon McMillion

If there are dolphins, then they are swimming without a sun, dancing a cowbell-led Bottlenose Boogie illuminated by Hernandez & Kitten`s “Eclipse”.

Willie Burns turns pensive analogue Sakamoto Cold Wave. “B-2 Unit”`s “E3-A”. “A Garden Of Poppies”. A sonic aesthetic. A sketch from an island drawn in a different hue.

Jon McMillion goes tribal, dives deeper, submerged. Menaced by circling 303 sharks.

Coyote paint still harbours. The moon her magic be, big sad face
 of infinity. A calm broken by the threatening `90s Italian leviathan of Neverland`s “Mato Grosso”.

Black Merlin romances Vangelis, rolls Evangelos` “Bounty” end credits, takes a tour of his city at night. A button of Peyote and he`s picking up shortwave. Hosono`s “Hotel Malabar”. A samba in Vatican shadow. A pulse quickened by chase. Zulawski`s “Possession”. Luc Besson`s “Subway”. Delirium. A trip through the dark. It`s the best thing that George has done to date in my humble opinion, bar that Inhalt remix which has yet to see the light of day.

Test Pressing, Reviews, Dr Rob, Baptiste, Pierre, Colleu, Dolphin Kid, Nuearth Kitchen, Black Merlin, Willie Burns, Coyote, Jon McMillion

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