Next up on Creme Organization is accomplished American producer Marcos Cabral. He has been known to make everything from abrasive noise to disco edits via all sorts of house and techno on labels like L.I.E.S. and The Trilogy Tapes (as the noisy Chemotex). Once again the New Yorker impresses here with another original offering featuring four standout tracks.
Up first is the slow and slithering techno workout that is 'Nearly Run Over'. With frazzled synths and plenty of beeps, it’s a real brain fryer. 'Jumping Beans' is another all analogue work out with loopy sine waves, distorted percussion and nasty drums that all come at you through a wall of fuzzy, broken and whirring machines. It’s dystopian music for hellishly dark back rooms before 'Man’s Job' gets a little more colourful. This one sounds like a burnt down disco track with distant synth patterns and metallic drums all fighting for your attention in a lurching fashion, then 'The Conversation' is the most upbeat of them all but is still a whacked out, degraded and compressed house tune with undulating synths and frosty percussion. Few people do damaged sounding tracks as well as this man and this EP highlights that fact once again.
Anthony Parasole (The Corner/Ostgut Ton, Brooklyn)
"Raw and dirty. Nice one Marcos!"
Ambivalent (Delft, Berlin)
"have been losing track on creme, this one is nice"
Kuczera (Intergalactic FM, heerlen)
"not for me, thanks anyway"
James Fox / Severn Beach (Audio Culture / KMAH Radio, Bristol)
Brent Roozendaal (Drift Office Amsterdam, Amsterdam)
"The conversation is great"
Patrik Skoog (Sample+Hold / Third Ear)
Adam X (Sonic Groove)
"it's the conversation for me…"
Adam Marshall (New Kanada)
Metrist (Opal Tapes)
"this is sick!"
Mamiko Motto (Kindred Spirits, London)
"jumping beans and the conversation for me"
Adam (3brecords, Liverpool)
"not for my sets, but i like the sounds!"
Richard Zepezauer (Nsyde Music, Berlin)
Kirk Degiorgio (ART, Ipswich, Suffolk)
"The distorted bass on Jumping Beans and The Conversation makes me pull a techno face - love it"
Circular Rhythms (Scenery)
astytekk (Lower Parts, Piraeus)
Marco Bernardi (Take The Elevator, Bristol)
"Quite harsh for me but still good."
"Nealry run over and man´s job are sick thanks"
AnD (Horizontal Ground / Inner Surface Music)
"man's job is dope, but not really sure when i'd be able to play this out to a crowd though :) nevertheless, wicked track!"
Kabale Und Liebe (Soweso Records)
"Muddy feet + fucking up the room"
Emmanuel (Arts, Milano)
"so heavy. dope"
Gingy (Clone, Toronto)
"intense. sounds like someone marching into the room with muddy feet and eventually demolishing everything."
A Made Up Sound
Tommy Four Seven
"monstrous ! love it"
Tomaz (22tracks, Sint Pieters Leeuw)
DVS1 (HUSH / Klockworks)
Rivet (Skudge Present, Kontra-Musik)
"Jumping Beans has got that funk"
Mosca (Ann Aimee, Not So Much, Prime Numbers, London)
"Not sure when I'll get a chance to play these, but I do hope it's soon."
"Great EP, will definitely be playing The Conversation out!"
Tom Dicicco (Run Out Run//The Corner)
"rude techno :)"
Jan Kinčl Zero (Radio808, Zagreb)
"thank you for the music!"
Dj T (GET PHYSICAL MUSIC GMBH, Berlin)
"The Conversation sounds ace."
Bleak (Skudge / Delsin, Stockholm)
"not for me.."
James Priestley (secretsundaze / TSA Artists, London)
"not for me this time"
"This is all great, Will play The Conversation out for sure."
Hodge (Livity Sound / Berceuse Heroique)
"Man, "Jumping Beans" sounds like pure evil. Going by the samples, that one and "The Conversation" are my picks here, but I need to listen more. I'm into the fatness of the sound and the simplicity of both."
Philip Sherburne (Pitchfork, Barcelona)
"not for me"
Vince Watson (Bedrock / Cocoon / Ovum / Planet E / Poker Flat / Yoruba, Amsterdam)
"charming. but i can't really make use of it."
Electric Indigo (indigo:inc)
Chrissy (The Nite Owl Diner, Brooklyn)
"Conversation is nice!"
Chille jr. (Night Moves@Framed.fm, Croatia)
"not for me"
Ksoul (Ksoul & MuteOscillator, TORINO)
Dario Zenker (Ilian Tape)
Bleaching Agent (Mira / Komisch)
"Pretty sweet stuff!"
Truncate/Audio Injection (Truncate, Los Angeles)
"Lord have mercy"
J. Tijn (Pennyroyal, London)
"Liking the oddball distortion of Jumping Beans a lot"
Paul Mac (Stimulus Records, Essex)
"not something I would play, but killer stuff"
Romansoff (Raw Tools, Bucharest)
"Yes great stuff :)"
Charlton (Poverty=Violence/Mord, Berlin)
"Not for me. Thanks."
Leri Ahel (Mutant Disco Radio Show, Rijeka)
"To be played on specialised electronic music program Full Frequency on RTRFM 92.1 Perth Western Australia. Show is aired weekdays from 3pm til 5pm (GMT+8)"
Craig Hollywood (RTRFM)
"Just a little too squally and schizoid for me. Thanks."
Dave TTB (TOTHEBONE, London)
Clouds (Turbo, Glasgow)
Stenny (Ilian Tape)
"Sounds heavy, will try!"
Voiski (L.I.E.S., Construct Re-Form, Dement3d, Ivry Sur Seine)
"Interesting tracks... "Man's job" sounds like my favourite. Definitely will check these."
Chris SSG (Interstice(ssg))
""Nearly Run Over" is totally fucked up, but in a good way!"
Massiande (MOS Recordings, Santiago)
"The Conversation is dope!"
Markus Suckut (SCKT)
"i like the conversation"
Marsman (Pinkman Records, Rotterdam)
"hard to pick a favourite, loving all of these, dank shit!"
Pris (Resin, Berlin)
"the conversation is the one, sounds like a proper warehouse party when you're still in the queue outside ;-)"
Ben Sims (Symbolism, London)
"Marcos da man. 4/4. Skills."
Jimmy Posters (Saints & Sonnets / MN2S, London)
"downloaded for r hawtin"
Richie Hawtin (M-nus, Berlin)
"interesting electronica - thanx"
Slam (Soma Records)
Jonas Kopp (Traut / Manzel, Berlin)
"Love this, all tracks are great. Thanks"
"the conversation for me"
DJ Santorini (OUT-ER)
"the conversation is my pick on here, depraved!"
"well.. this is more industrial music than anything else! As a big lover of the synth / dark and experimental stuff, I really love this, but hard to play in my sets... Thanks anyway!"
Angel Molina (Sonar Music, Barcelona)
"not for us, thx"
GoldFFinch (Turbo, Dirty Bird)
"not digging this, thanks anyway!"
"total winning release right here. full support !"
Rogér (Deathmetaldiscoclub, Amsterdam)
"The title track is killer."
D.Å.R.F.D.H.S. (Opal Tapes/Northern Electronics/Field, Enskededalen)
Palace (Unknown To The Unknown, Hot Haus Recs)
released June 13, 2015
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