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Artist : P. Laoss Title : Bamboo Mat EP Label : Pronounce Genre : Deep House Date : 00-04-2011 Quality : 320 kbps Source : Vinyl Tracklist : 01.

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Bamboo Mat. (12 inch Vinyl Single - Pronounce

Pronounce US. P LAOSS. Bamboo Mat EP. Pronounce US. Format: coloured vinyl hand numbered 12" Cat: PROEP 01 Released: 28 Mar 11 Genre: Deep House.

Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A): PRO-EP-01-A PCMJR. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side B): PRO-EP-01-B PCMJR. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.

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Tracklist

A Bamboo Mat 8:39
B Sparkling Eyes 7:55

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Pronounce
  • Mastered At – Prairie Cat Mastering
  • Lacquer Cut At – Prairie Cat Mastering
  • Pressed By – Archer Record Pressing

Credits

  • Design – Jamie McCue
  • Lacquer Cut By – PCMJR*
  • Mastered By – Mark Richardson
  • Mastered By [Pre-mastered] – Vincent Kwok
  • Written-By, Producer – Philllip Laoss*

Notes

Pressed at Archer Record Pressing, Detroit.
Dedicated to Krümel.

Limited to 300 hand-numbered copies.
Pressed on several variations of mixed color vinyl.

© 2010 Pronounce

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): PRO-EP-01-A PCMJR
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): PRO-EP-01-B PCMJR

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PRO-EP01 P.Laoss Bamboo Mat EP ‎(12", Promo, TP) Pronounce PRO-EP01 US 2011


P.Laoss - Bamboo Mat EP mp3 play

Performer: P.Laoss

Title: Bamboo Mat EP

Country: US

Date of release: 2011

Style: Deep House

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1791 mb

Size FLAC: 1361 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 747

Other Formats: DTS AA TTA APE RA MIDI FLAC

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Peles
Somehow, many orthodoxies of deep house were turned on their heads with this fine release. And even veteran listeners, staled by familiar sounds, should be grinning widely as the hissing and crackling during the open seconds of the sultry, fittingly named "Bamboo Mat" play out. What makes this one so special, and indeed one of my tops for 2011, is its masterful balance between the dissonant bass hits and the beautiful harmonics of the ambient sounds coming from flutes, distant sounds of people laughing and talking in merriment, and progression of organic sounding percussion that are delivered with unexpected timing. The tone is quite relaxing, and yet, you are at the same time seduced by the agreeably strong grooves that are as unpretentious as they are original."Sparkling Eyes" I can only say is a charming compliment to "Bamboo Mat." Let feelings of wanderlust spread through your body as nuanced bass drum sequences, sharp and bright percussion, and deep, lush chords build tension by establishing a pleasing progression of melodies. More staccato and techy than the hazy and dulcet A-Side, the gravity of "Sparkling Eyes" pulls you towards its darker, galactic stabs. If "Bamboo Mat" is the grounded, tribal-influenced sounds of mingling races, "Sparkling Eyes" is this very world from the perspective of a listener who is sent out of orbit and looking below. This one has a slight melancholy tinge, laced by several layers of pads; and is a nice alternative to drier sounding releases, but would certainly fit snugly in the midst of peak-time music.More of this, please.
Peles
Somehow, many orthodoxies of deep house were turned on their heads with this fine release. And even veteran listeners, staled by familiar sounds, should be grinning widely as the hissing and crackling during the open seconds of the sultry, fittingly named "Bamboo Mat" play out. What makes this one so special, and indeed one of my tops for 2011, is its masterful balance between the dissonant bass hits and the beautiful harmonics of the ambient sounds coming from flutes, distant sounds of people laughing and talking in merriment, and progression of organic sounding percussion that are delivered with unexpected timing. The tone is quite relaxing, and yet, you are at the same time seduced by the agreeably strong grooves that are as unpretentious as they are original."Sparkling Eyes" I can only say is a charming compliment to "Bamboo Mat." Let feelings of wanderlust spread through your body as nuanced bass drum sequences, sharp and bright percussion, and deep, lush chords build tension by establishing a pleasing progression of melodies. More staccato and techy than the hazy and dulcet A-Side, the gravity of "Sparkling Eyes" pulls you towards its darker, galactic stabs. If "Bamboo Mat" is the grounded, tribal-influenced sounds of mingling races, "Sparkling Eyes" is this very world from the perspective of a listener who is sent out of orbit and looking below. This one has a slight melancholy tinge, laced by several layers of pads; and is a nice alternative to drier sounding releases, but would certainly fit snugly in the midst of peak-time music.More of this, please.
Marg
Mojuba and space met and had a baby. It was called Bamboo Mat. Nothing new and even reminds me of Dessous deeper releases like M Rahn or Raum label music. But still feels right and makes you want to dance all night long. Yes indeed, where are the ladies on the dance floor?
Marg
Mojuba and space met and had a baby. It was called Bamboo Mat. Nothing new and even reminds me of Dessous deeper releases like M Rahn or Raum label music. But still feels right and makes you want to dance all night long. Yes indeed, where are the ladies on the dance floor?
porosh
Pronounce's first vinyl release. The green and black marbled vinyl turned out beautifully as did the labels and the clear protective outersleeve. No pits, no divots, no pops or crackles in my copy. The sound quality is great. The A-side Bamboo Mat is a spring time love affair of deep house meets the tribal dub space echoes. The B-side a bit more techy but still on the same epic swanky tip. The drum programming for both tracks is sparse and yet effective. The basslines groove. This record could have been produced in 2001 or 2011 as the listener will likely not hear any sounds that give away a certain sound kit was used to build it. Both songs are approx 7 to 8 minutes long I estimate. DJ's who play like Danny Howells and who like to open low and slow might enjoy this release in the early portions of their set. Let the ladies sip their drinks and set the dancefloor to the "sway" setting while you shake hands, meet, and greet all of the familiar faces you havent seen out for awhile. Make eye contact with those sexy brown eyes that have been watching you warm up all night from across the dancefloor. The music on this release, and this goes for both sides, is pure, sweet, affectionate, comfy, warm, fire-side inspired brilliance :)
porosh
Pronounce's first vinyl release. The green and black marbled vinyl turned out beautifully as did the labels and the clear protective outersleeve. No pits, no divots, no pops or crackles in my copy. The sound quality is great. The A-side Bamboo Mat is a spring time love affair of deep house meets the tribal dub space echoes. The B-side a bit more techy but still on the same epic swanky tip. The drum programming for both tracks is sparse and yet effective. The basslines groove. This record could have been produced in 2001 or 2011 as the listener will likely not hear any sounds that give away a certain sound kit was used to build it. Both songs are approx 7 to 8 minutes long I estimate. DJ's who play like Danny Howells and who like to open low and slow might enjoy this release in the early portions of their set. Let the ladies sip their drinks and set the dancefloor to the "sway" setting while you shake hands, meet, and greet all of the familiar faces you havent seen out for awhile. Make eye contact with those sexy brown eyes that have been watching you warm up all night from across the dancefloor. The music on this release, and this goes for both sides, is pure, sweet, affectionate, comfy, warm, fire-side inspired brilliance :)
Wel
I agree, just picked this one up the other day.
Wel
I agree, just picked this one up the other day.