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Retromigration // Dead Tech 12"

Retromigration // Dead Tech 12"

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This is a 2024" released by Retromigration, a house artist from Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on Last Year at Marienbad, a subline of Oath, a house label from Istanbul, Turkey, in February 2.

Contains 4 floor-friendly deep house songs.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Oath releases available at Tobira. 

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12" black vinyl. Edition of 300. 

tracklist:

  1. BO 05:46
  2. Lapras 05:15
  3. Dead Tech 02:34
  4. Half Pure 05:21
  5. Half Pure (Da Poet Remix) 03:55

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Text excerpt from Last Year At Marienbad:

"On their latest excursion, Last Year At Maienbad proudly invites you into the gloriously breezy, beautifully put-together world of Retromigration, who's melodic abilities have put him firmly within everyone's passenger seat as they shoot down a sun-kissed highway…

There are a number of artists within the present day whose names remain constantly on the tongues of music lovers, and Retromigration's name has been there so consistently of late for a number of reasons. His music represents the nucleus of what dance music means to so many , a form of music that channels the soul, chimes deep within the mind, and makes the listener escape into the depths of their emotional palette. His songs have an ever present Jazz presence to them, but his sound has numerous components to it, with rhythmic feel being right at the heart of proceedings. Retromigration always finds a way to feel himself out within his records, covering an enormity of ground and allowing each track to interact with the next. This makes his tracks at ease with the listener, forging a vital connection that works with mood and the concept of listening intently - and feeling very content about it. The instrumental approach he makes is certainly something, and channels into the notion that his music can come alive in any context, swaying to the rhythm of life rather than the confines of space. With excellent releases on labels such as WOLF, Handy and previously on Last Year at Marienbad to name but a few, Retromigration has traversed the plains of human expressionism and conjured up some pure magic within his music, not least with this latest effort of his…..

2022 was a busy year for the producer, overseeing four releases including 'Kush Calls', which featured some truly exquisite and memorable cuts that lingered long in the memory. 'Dead Tech' sees Retromigration shift over into more clubby territory, but many of the motifs we all know and love him for make some appearances as we shift from track notable to track. Playful, emotively porous and ever-searching are perhaps some key features of the first two tracks, 'BO' and 'Lapras', which represent Retromigration doing a house in such a refined and considered manner. Powerful swaying rhythm sections interweave themselves with melodic excellence, including an inspired flute line that rides high within the EP's opener. The intro then flows into a groove like no other, with the flute featuring prominently once again, with particular emphasis placed upon the breakdown, which dips the listener in such a glorious mood. The vocals that move in and around the groove are inspired, providing an additional level of narrative in which to dive deep within..."

Artist: Retromigration

Label: Last Year At Maienbad (Oath)

CAT No.: LYAM006

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This is a 2024" released by Retromigration, a house artist from Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on Last Year at Marienbad, a subline of Oath, a house label from Istanbul, Turkey, in February 2.

Contains 4 floor-friendly deep house songs.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Oath releases available at Tobira. 

-----------------------------------

12" black vinyl. Edition of 300. 

tracklist:

  1. BO 05:46
  2. Lapras 05:15
  3. Dead Tech 02:34
  4. Half Pure 05:21
  5. Half Pure (Da Poet Remix) 03:55

++

Text excerpt from Last Year At Marienbad:

"On their latest excursion, Last Year At Maienbad proudly invites you into the gloriously breezy, beautifully put-together world of Retromigration, who's melodic abilities have put him firmly within everyone's passenger seat as they shoot down a sun-kissed highway…

There are a number of artists within the present day whose names remain constantly on the tongues of music lovers, and Retromigration's name has been there so consistently of late for a number of reasons. His music represents the nucleus of what dance music means to so many , a form of music that channels the soul, chimes deep within the mind, and makes the listener escape into the depths of their emotional palette. His songs have an ever present Jazz presence to them, but his sound has numerous components to it, with rhythmic feel being right at the heart of proceedings. Retromigration always finds a way to feel himself out within his records, covering an enormity of ground and allowing each track to interact with the next. This makes his tracks at ease with the listener, forging a vital connection that works with mood and the concept of listening intently - and feeling very content about it. The instrumental approach he makes is certainly something, and channels into the notion that his music can come alive in any context, swaying to the rhythm of life rather than the confines of space. With excellent releases on labels such as WOLF, Handy and previously on Last Year at Marienbad to name but a few, Retromigration has traversed the plains of human expressionism and conjured up some pure magic within his music, not least with this latest effort of his…..

2022 was a busy year for the producer, overseeing four releases including 'Kush Calls', which featured some truly exquisite and memorable cuts that lingered long in the memory. 'Dead Tech' sees Retromigration shift over into more clubby territory, but many of the motifs we all know and love him for make some appearances as we shift from track notable to track. Playful, emotively porous and ever-searching are perhaps some key features of the first two tracks, 'BO' and 'Lapras', which represent Retromigration doing a house in such a refined and considered manner. Powerful swaying rhythm sections interweave themselves with melodic excellence, including an inspired flute line that rides high within the EP's opener. The intro then flows into a groove like no other, with the flute featuring prominently once again, with particular emphasis placed upon the breakdown, which dips the listener in such a glorious mood. The vocals that move in and around the groove are inspired, providing an additional level of narrative in which to dive deep within..."

Artist: Retromigration

Label: Last Year At Maienbad (Oath)

CAT No.: LYAM006