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Ricardo Jefferson is a producer and dj based in Manchester, England. The four tracks on this ep demonstrate a distinctive style. The roots of his sound are in funk, disco, space rock, prog rock, but he has melded them into a sound that is more than just the sum of these elements. This is funky, bass-heavy, trippy Techno for the dance floor. A1 A Brutal Truth. This is a big tune that builds relentlessly. The track has an inclusive, celebrational, feel which simply invites everyone to lose it on the dance floor. 124bpm. A2 Persons Unknown. This tune doesn't have the relentless build of A Brutal Truth. Instead, this is a tune to drop when everyone on the dancefloor is in the zone and locked into the groove. A finely crafted trip created with multiple delays skittering around the sound field, anchored by the funky bass heavy groove. 123 bpm. B1 The Egg [part one]. A track employing a tight kick drum of differing weights to propel the groove, overlayed with a circular keyboard motif. On the off-beat, add the processed sound of someone hitting a metal sheet, and viola! - one aggressively funky dance floor bomb! 123 bpm. B2 God of the Machine. This track has a simple 4x4 kick and handclap pattern pinning down a delicious oscillating bass line, under a classic descending four chord circular chord progression. Off kilter ride cymbals give the track its backbone, and fluidity. Ricocheting handclap delays add dimension. Sly Stone would be proud of this groove. Now get on the dance floor and strut your stuff! 119 bpm.
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