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Big Hands // The Vulgarity Of Snow LP

Big Hands // The Vulgarity Of Snow LP

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Big Hands, an Italian-born techno artist living in the UK, will open a London experimental/dance label in February 2024.TeethIt is a record released from.

Contains 6 leftfield dub techno songs.

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12 "black vinyl.

Teeth:

"The Vulgarity Of Snow is Ottomani's woozy, lilting soundwalk through techno, experimental electronics and scorched earth acid. The untitled tracks are less like entities and give way to a larger, conjoined pair of triptychs spread out over two sides of wax. They feel like a paean to the format, which no doubt comes from Ottomani's time spent working at one of London's most revered record shops. As a longer, more probing piece, it's anathema to talk about The Vulgarity Of Snow in terms of bpms and sub-genres , and arguably it owes as much to free jazz and psych-rock as it does to more leaden styles such as dub and roots. At times it pays tribute to the work of acts like Basic Channel and Random Trio, deploying dub electronics in novel ways , but it is also broader in its choice of sounds. On B2, for example, Mino Carbone, the artist's uncle and an Italian anarchist from the same lineage as artists like Dario Fo, plays a song from that tradition. It's not a chaotic piece , but it's not heavily constrained.inst the occasional entry of more familiar, yet ruptured, instruments like the piano." 

Artist: Big Hands

Label: Teeth

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Big Hands, an Italian-born techno artist living in the UK, will open a London experimental/dance label in February 2024.TeethIt is a record released from.

Contains 6 leftfield dub techno songs.

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

12 "black vinyl.

Teeth:

"The Vulgarity Of Snow is Ottomani's woozy, lilting soundwalk through techno, experimental electronics and scorched earth acid. The untitled tracks are less like entities and give way to a larger, conjoined pair of triptychs spread out over two sides of wax. They feel like a paean to the format, which no doubt comes from Ottomani's time spent working at one of London's most revered record shops. As a longer, more probing piece, it's anathema to talk about The Vulgarity Of Snow in terms of bpms and sub-genres , and arguably it owes as much to free jazz and psych-rock as it does to more leaden styles such as dub and roots. At times it pays tribute to the work of acts like Basic Channel and Random Trio, deploying dub electronics in novel ways , but it is also broader in its choice of sounds. On B2, for example, Mino Carbone, the artist's uncle and an Italian anarchist from the same lineage as artists like Dario Fo, plays a song from that tradition. It's not a chaotic piece , but it's not heavily constrained.inst the occasional entry of more familiar, yet ruptured, instruments like the piano." 

Artist: Big Hands

Label: Teeth