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Release date: 17 March 2017
Acid Camp Records is rolling through again, this time with an artist known for his atmospheric and cosmic-oriented tracks, Natan H. Conveying inspiration for this record — “Just a little nod to extrasensory experiences and perception” — is undoubtedly fitting for ACR’s second release.
The opening track, “Atmosphere”, breaks away from 4/4 timing with off-kilter drums that traverse into a heavier beat, pushing the track forward just to bring it right back at the end. Followed up with a remix from techno serialist, Conforce. Through his use of a low pass filter, polyrhythms, and fervor Conforce delivers a track nothing short of the prototype for driving techno. “Remote View Pt. I” turns out an ambient break and taking the listener to a space of the ethereal and planetary. The EP closes with “Remote View Pt. II”, which incorporates layers of hi-hats, delayed strings, and synths that alternate throughout the arrangement in syncopation.
“This record definitely takes a bit more of a layered approach," — Natan H offers us yet another unique, immersive, and charismatic release for Acid Camp Records.