Dice And Bass - Infinity
Techno, Ambient Infinity is a great 6 track EP and you should go get it.
(Editors note: You need more than that)
Infinity is a REALLY great 6 track EP and you should go get it. Better?
(Editors note: Stop fucking around and tell us why.)
I just did! Twice! OK How about, Its fucking fantastic! I can go home now right?
(Editors note: Last chance or you are fired.)

Sheesh OK! But fair enough, there are those of you out there that will want to know why. So here it is.

Dice and Bass is essentially the work of Polish artist Voytee and that's about all I can find about the man himself. The other things I can tell you is that this is Dice and Bass's fourth release and second EP within those four releases according to his Bandcamp page. The other two being singles and there is also a Soundcloud page with many releases and remixes.

Dubtechno/electrodub as a genre started roughly around 1992-ish and as with all things there are arguments as to whom started it and why. Dice And Bass follows the general concept of the genre on Infinity, using mechanical cold synths and heavily echoing, dub style effects while hypnotic beats bring a fullness to the sound. For me there is a lot of older influence on the EP along the lines of Orbital, The Orb, Chemical Brothers which are probably the more familiar to the general population. However the trance and progressive house makes its way on to Infinity also.

At just over twenty-eight minutes, the six tracks are all DJ usable in an ambient set, minimal house set and trance sets as wind up, break or even end set tracks. The sounds are all encompassing and beautifully worked. Heavy basses are accompanied by clipped beats echoed throughout and incidental reverse and dubbed percussion noises and occasional vocal interludes. Bright melodic stabs and pads break the groove intermittently and then drive you back into the hypnosis of rhythm.

I don't have a favourite track because Dice and Bass's Infinity is an EP where you listen to the whole EP, every time. Like I said at the top.

Infinity is a REALLY great 6 track EP and you should go get it.
Ah, what the hell, go get it, Its fucking fantastic!
5
Brutal Resonance

Dice And Bass - Infinity

9.0
"Amazing"
N/A
Electroracle
Released off label 2017
Infinity is a great 6 track EP and you should go get it.
(Editors note: You need more than that)
Infinity is a REALLY great 6 track EP and you should go get it. Better?
(Editors note: Stop fucking around and tell us why.)
I just did! Twice! OK How about, Its fucking fantastic! I can go home now right?
(Editors note: Last chance or you are fired.)

Sheesh OK! But fair enough, there are those of you out there that will want to know why. So here it is.

Dice and Bass is essentially the work of Polish artist Voytee and that's about all I can find about the man himself. The other things I can tell you is that this is Dice and Bass's fourth release and second EP within those four releases according to his Bandcamp page. The other two being singles and there is also a Soundcloud page with many releases and remixes.

Dubtechno/electrodub as a genre started roughly around 1992-ish and as with all things there are arguments as to whom started it and why. Dice And Bass follows the general concept of the genre on Infinity, using mechanical cold synths and heavily echoing, dub style effects while hypnotic beats bring a fullness to the sound. For me there is a lot of older influence on the EP along the lines of Orbital, The Orb, Chemical Brothers which are probably the more familiar to the general population. However the trance and progressive house makes its way on to Infinity also.

At just over twenty-eight minutes, the six tracks are all DJ usable in an ambient set, minimal house set and trance sets as wind up, break or even end set tracks. The sounds are all encompassing and beautifully worked. Heavy basses are accompanied by clipped beats echoed throughout and incidental reverse and dubbed percussion noises and occasional vocal interludes. Bright melodic stabs and pads break the groove intermittently and then drive you back into the hypnosis of rhythm.

I don't have a favourite track because Dice and Bass's Infinity is an EP where you listen to the whole EP, every time. Like I said at the top.

Infinity is a REALLY great 6 track EP and you should go get it.
Ah, what the hell, go get it, Its fucking fantastic!
Oct 26 2017

Off label

Official release released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

Dj Wolf

info@brutalresonance.com
I've been DJing for 30+ years and been lucky to have done Dj support for Assemblage 23, Grendel, Nachtmahr, Shiv-r, Psyche, Icon Of Coil, among others. As Digital Anodyne I've written and remixed, Retrogramme, Leaether Strip, Rational Youth, Psyche, Pluvio, Arkyus and so forth. I'm a music fan of electronic music with a thirst to hear new music as often as possible. Writing for Brutal Resonance for the last 5 years gives me the opportunity to share that passion. music//DJ\\remix

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