Title: As Time Passes EP
Catalog #: mtk113
Release Date: 2003/07/10
We’re delighted to showcase the first Monotonik EP from American artist Matt Centonze, under his Blisaed moniker. Matt’s released on smaller netlabels and his own site as Echion and Mistrial before, but the “As Time Passes EP” drifts through some beautifully produced indie electronic moods, alternately sophisticated and restful.
First off, it’s “Megan’s Guitar”, with some serene spoken word and strummed guitar melding wonderfully, before “Far From Home” works up the percussives into more of a understated frenzy. Then, newest track “Connect” let everyone connect into Blisaed’s superdelicious blissful world, before Matt’s remix of (previous Monotonik releaser) Darkhalo’s “Analog Snow Bunny Girl” gets all orchestral and lushly analog on our collective eardrums. Good stuff indeed.
photo by h0l
01 – Megan’s Guitar
02 – Far From Home
03 – Connect
04 – Darkhalo – Analog Snow Bunny Girl (Blisaed‘s Blue Remix)
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Catalog #: REL#166
Release Date: 1999/05/11
A guest release from that rarity on m211, someone from a continent outside Europe. This time Darkhalo steps in to show us what an interesting reading the Americans are taking on the whole d+b thing, encompassing Californian breakbeat, acid b-lines, and even some Transeau shaken up in there – just the right side of catchy, we fear, and fully compatible with the breaks and beats that m211 insists on releasing in such a hipflask lackadaisical fashion..
01 – Nexus/Drones [XM] [FLAC] [MP3]
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*FLAC & MP3 zips also include the original versions.