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René Audiard
Spectre EP  

SUPPLY-012 / 12" / 2016

Release Date : Winter 2016   
A1)   Spectre
A2)   Orly

B1)   Odkrycia
B2)   SZCZ
Label boss Soren Jahan returns to Supply Records with his first appearance under the René Audiard moniker since 2012's Pechorin album. The Spectre EP shows Soren's dub-techno influences evolving into more experimental, stripped down territory. The title track Spectre opens with a smeared, lurching spoken word sample winding between cacophonous buzzing, bleeping synth work. Stabs of dub-influenced chords surface from the dark and fade away, building to a killer climax of 909 percussion. Orly keeps only the essential elements for a groove. A relentless, rolling drum kit and kraut-influenced blips provide a barebones structure for the understated but deadly effective acid line.

Soren stretches his creative side on the B side with the heady microhouse cut-and- paste collage of Odkrycia. In a style reminiscent of the most out-there Background and Perlon releases, he stacks one jagged-edged layer of samples onto the next before sinking full-bodied into a melodic trance in the way only he can. SZCZ rounds things off in a similar collage style but in a steadier, more peaceful progression. 8 series of loops unfold and exchange over nine minutes of blissed out grooves, the most reminiscent of Soren's earlier lo-fi dubby work.
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