Black Tekno EP

by Noleian Reusse

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    33 RPM / 4 Track Vinyl EP with black and red label artwork.

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Love What You Feel returns with a new release by Chicago native and
half of Africans with Mainframes (Mathematics Recordings/Creme
Organization), Noleian Reusse! The tracks on this record mostly eschew
an easy four-on-the-floor rhythm in favor of raw, jacking beats. Using
an all-hardware set-up, Noleian banged out all new tunes especially
for this five track EP. The machine funk runs wild from the jumpoff,
sometimes exotic, sometimes abstract, and sometimes banging, but never
typical. The cuts on this record are versatile enough to fit into both
techno and house sets, and there is even a dubstep-esque track that
will have crossover appeal!

Aside from his infrequent but memorable releases, Noleian is known for
his eclectic and energetic deejay sets, a style he has been developing
since the early '90s when he would regularly check out DJ Rush and
Armando at classic Chicago venues like Medusa's and Shelter as well as
the loft party scene where cats like Derrick Carter and Diz ruled.
Years spent listening to WKKC and WNUR (where he would later host a
radio show alongside AwM partner Jamal Moss), digging in shops like
Importes and Gramaphone, as well as time spent in Warzone studios with
Van Christie all added to his varied tastes. His sets feature many
genres of music; disco, industrial, techno, house, pop music, and more
all meld together to form his take on the style he calls "Black
Tekno". His productions combine the vibes from those styles into one
distinctive blend!


released June 1, 2010



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