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"it all makes for another interesting EP from fullbarr, which we're following more avidly with each release"- MIXMAG, feb 2012
What the DJS SayDeep Space Orchestra
- Quality stuff! Loving both the OG of Circle and Vince's remix, and Commodore is cool too.T.Williams
- Very nice. The Revenge
Both mixes of Circle are good for me ... thanks.Midland
- Circle and Commodore for me!Huxley
- the original mix of circle is fucking badboy. great work.Christopher Rau
- Tight!!Dj Deep
- Very nice record, Vince Watson's remix is awesome!Moodymanc
- love the warmth of the original of circle!
- Awesome, "Circle" is absolutely on of the best tracks that I've heard in this period. Thanks for the music.Brothers Vibe
- Love it man!! Will play :)Appleblim
- loving the vince watson mix, but also Doors, top gearEd Davenport
- lovely warm tracks! doors will kick it - thanks!Glimpse
- FUCK ME THIS IS REALLY DECENT !!!!!! Great great raw tracks right up my strasse thanks XXXx 'Doors' is in the boxKasper
- Vince Watson remix is very cool! Thanks! Kate Simko
- Commodore is the one for me, thanks!Ethyl
- this is great. Samaan is going from strength to strength and of course Vince brings the heatBouyed by the last
edition of their vinyl-only series, Fullbarr return for part four, and instantly trump Luke Solomon’s Ultrasound with a superb EP from Samaan, arguably the brightest star from their tight roster of production talent. The label may only be stepping into its third year, but Arthur Barr’s mighty work ethic has been admirably matched by his ear for distinctive four-four, and a wide-ranging releases from Matthias Vogt, Area, Jan Tenner and Gliesers have given the imprint a much-deserved ‘one-to-watch’ epithet coming into the new year.
Taking a tougher direction from his Detroit Memories EP late in 2011, the Belfast producer’s trio of tracks begins with Circle, ushered in with a growling, pulsing low pad that explodes into a percussive techno journey, complete with loopy, analogue bassline and classic synth notes piercing the mid-range, bathed in pads. Doors is punchier still, snares slapping over the almost sub-bass throb, while warped stabs percolate the middle of the track and pads flow through the breakdown to dream-like effect. Scottish techno stalwart Vince Watson weighs in with a classy remix of the title track, heading deeper with a loopy chord progression and layered melodies that show why he’s released on the likes of Planet E and F Comm. Closing out an outstanding EP is Commodore, a modern take on acid house, fusing Chicago with England in a warm, organic house trip.4clubbers review WORDS: