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Fine Populist Minimal Techno

From the Netherlands

Dance music often arrives by accrual. Layers of rifflets, mostly derived from drum patterns as well as small tonal and melodic elements, join in as a track progresses. This is how “Spooky Version 1” by RobinGrownTear makes its way. House-music hi-hats, dubby synth approximations of bass drums, and Tangerine Dreamy arpeggios gather together, like a ragtag crew of disparate origins assembled for some greater purpose. Which is to say, fine populist minimal techno.

Track originally posted for free download at RobinGrownTear is based in the Netherlands.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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