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Mr Raoul K
Moment Psychedelik
Baobab Secret

Maxi Single & EP
bbs0901
Out: 26-10-2009
 
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Moment Psychedelik - it’s all said in the title, actually. It is easy to get lost in all those layers of mesmerizing sounds, swirling around you like bubbles sparkling out of a well shaken bottle.
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Moment Psychedelik - it’s all said in the title, actually. It is easy to get lost in all those layers of mesmerizing sounds, swirling around you like bubbles sparkling out of a well shaken bottle. Just before you lose it all, the kickdrum comes in to lead you to a winding path…. upon glistering plains, through some dry land into a multicoloured jungle, populated with all kinds of textures and sounds. Enter the next level - like the title suggests. The flipside utilises a more pronounced guide: Mr Talking Drum himself will show you how to find the clearing of enlightenment where your heart gets filled with joy and your feet can’t stop dancing. Supported by Lopazz, Âme, Tobi Neumann.
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If Mr Raoul K's previous 12-inch for Mule Musiq was his chance to show off his heritage, the original mix of "Moment Psychedelik" is him moving far past it. In fact, if "Wind of Goree" could be described as earthen, "Moment" is suitably cosmic. There are few traces of acoustic elements here, only whirling synthesizers that never stop rotating, and a drum machine that pumps pleasantly along, unaware of its surroundings, which seem to be composed largely of tidy washes of ambience. It's a track that takes every moment of its nearly eleven minutes to unfurl. K's original mix here is more Lindstrom, and the gongonmix more Culoe De Song. It's fascinating to hear how a few touches here and there can so irrevocably change the feeling that a track evokes. A bit of rolling percussion and we're firmly in Afro house, but it's the same synths hanging their everlasting chords in the background. It's purely a matter of DJing taste as to what you'll prefer. For my money, though, the original bangs just a bit harder than its counterpart despite both being buoyed by the sort of synths you feel like you could ride off into the sunset with.
 
 
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