Spectre (KILLEKILL 018)

by Eomac

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    Killekill is proud to present EOMAC’s “Spectre”, the debut album from Dublin-based producer Ian McDon- nell, a rising star in the techno scene. Spectre also marks the label’s first full-length album release.
    Ian is better-known as half of the Irish duo Lakker and this album is certainly carved from the same cold slab of stone. His music has already gained huge support from the likes of Tommy Four Seven, Ellen Allien, Thom Yorke and the one and only Aphex Twin himself.
    Bleepy, slo-mo synth lines, dense textures, saturated bassdrums and hand-sliced vocals dunked in cavern- ous reverb - Spectre is all about EOMAC doing what he does best, taking our concepts of club sound and contorting them into something that is truly his own.
    The melodies are slo-mo and lo-fi, the pads, exquisitely lush and textured. Ian’s amazing sound-design (bordering on the intense in some places) and incredible attention to detail makes this an album where each listen reveals a deeper layer. Spatters of noise, shards of broken beat and relentlessly pounding techno rhythms also make it a dancefloor-decimating weapon.

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Killekill is proud to present EOMAC’s “Spectre”, the debut album from Dublin-based producer Ian McDon- nell, a rising star in the techno scene. Spectre also marks the label’s first full-length album release.
Ian is better-known as half of the Irish duo Lakker and this album is certainly carved from the same cold slab of stone. His music has already gained huge support from the likes of Tommy Four Seven, Ellen Allien, Thom Yorke and the one and only Aphex Twin himself.
Bleepy, slo-mo synth lines, dense textures, saturated bassdrums and hand-sliced vocals dunked in cavern- ous reverb - Spectre is all about EOMAC doing what he does best, taking our concepts of club sound and contorting them into something that is truly his own.
The melodies are slo-mo and lo-fi, the pads, exquisitely lush and textured. Ian’s amazing sound-design (bordering on the intense in some places) and incredible attention to detail makes this an album where each listen reveals a deeper layer. Spatters of noise, shards of broken beat and relentlessly pounding techno rhythms also make it a dancefloor-decimating weapon.

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released May 12, 2014

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