Album Review

Resoe – “Black Void of Space, The” – [Echocord]

Dianthus   11/2/2011   A Library, CD

Gather your space muffins and ride on a dubby-beat rocket to Resoe’s Black Void of Space. Subtle, mellow, ambient beats infused with trickling nebulas of synths and off-beat high hats cause your head to sway to alternative dimensions. Dennis Bog a.k.a. : Resoe started out in the hip-hop musc scene in Coppenhagen at age of 14 and then started twisting knobs to techno beats in the early nineties. Resoe’s latest album, turns dubstep to a brighter and lighter place bringing along with it an atmospheric and hazy approach that can be derived from his creative dj experience. There is the Space Mountain appropriate track “Lakeviews” or the dubbed out “Dubcuttin” and “Apart from Moorpark” snake charms you with a little sitar. This album definitely is not predictable and even though I like the first part of the album the best, it is still enganging for the ears.


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