Small Hours is back with another selection from producers far and wide. NYC stalwart, Charles Noel, AKA Archetype, AKA Monochrome, very kindly licenses an edit of his celestial jungle gem, "Paradise" to the VA label. Originally issued in '94 on Ohio's 21/22 Corporation, this 2020 "Paranoid" version (by Youandewan) interpolates elements of the original and "217" by Brooklyn-Berlin transplant Velasco, courtesy of Bologna-based label, DAT. On Side B, Underlying Form boss Darren Allen serves up a slice of his nonconforming minimal-madness alongside fellow Discobar comrade, Robin Ordell, who brings an energetic, machine-driven jam reminiscent of his recent outings on Subsequent and Domesticated.
Small Hours is back with another selection from producers far and wide. NYC stalwart, Charles Noel, AKA Archetype, AKA Monochrome, very kindly licenses an edit of his celestial jungle gem, "Paradise" to the VA label. Originally issued in '94 on Ohio's 21/22 Corporation, this 2020 "Paranoid" version (by Youandewan) interpolates elements of the original and "217" by Brooklyn-Berlin transplant Velasco, courtesy of Bologna-based label, DAT. On Side B, Underlying Form boss Darren Allen serves up a slice of his nonconforming minimal-madness alongside fellow Discobar comrade, Robin Ordell, who brings an energetic, machine-driven jam reminiscent of his recent outings on Subsequent and Domesticated.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: SMHO
Rel. Date: 02/14/2020
UPC: 4062548005776

Small Hours 003 / Various
Artist: Small Hours 003 / Various
Format: Vinyl
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Small Hours is back with another selection from producers far and wide. NYC stalwart, Charles Noel, AKA Archetype, AKA Monochrome, very kindly licenses an edit of his celestial jungle gem, "Paradise" to the VA label. Originally issued in '94 on Ohio's 21/22 Corporation, this 2020 "Paranoid" version (by Youandewan) interpolates elements of the original and "217" by Brooklyn-Berlin transplant Velasco, courtesy of Bologna-based label, DAT. On Side B, Underlying Form boss Darren Allen serves up a slice of his nonconforming minimal-madness alongside fellow Discobar comrade, Robin Ordell, who brings an energetic, machine-driven jam reminiscent of his recent outings on Subsequent and Domesticated.