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“..abrimos as comportas do seu universo de sintetizadores e ritmos aveludados e o que encontramos é um disco com as veias inchadas de doçura e graça.”




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“Overcast Sound make an impressive debut at WR with Settle...”

Interview

“Like the landscape of the coast, Michael Pettit and Jamie Drouin's work is atmospheric, ambient and expansive, and it'll make you move...”




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“...croisement entre techno anxiogène et ambient obscure. La basse est pénétrante, l'atmosphère est pesante...”

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“..tripped out release perfectly tailored for the ASIP listeners ears.”




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“...this would be the perfect soundtrack for a sleepless journey or a stumble home at sunrise.”

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“While there's no shortage of minimalist dub house music nowadays it's hard to resist it when done well.”




Interview

“..truly blending sounds in a way to form music that at first impressions has the characteristics of experimental music, yet on closer inspection goes a whole lot deeper.”

Interview

“The booze helped too.”




Spotlight

“Meditative chants play an alluring role, tribal percussive elements leave the music begging for the open air.”

Best of List

“Abandoned places and desolate spaces, covered with rain, snow and ash, wrapped in a blanket of white noise and pulsating bass, somewhat metallic, chilly and wet.”




Best of List

“...here are the releases that I returned to repeatedly this year.”

Featured

“From here to there and back again? Canadian artists and producers gone to Berlin”




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“...the album marks a welcome entry intro the arena of the masters such as DeepChord, Quantec, Thomas Fehlmann and Monolake.”

Interview

“cet opus fait écho à l'ambiance urbaine et crépusculaire qu'ils ont ressenti dans cette ville mythique”




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“An impressive physical debut from Overcast Sound that's likely to go down with those who like their techno deep, subtle and beautifully textured...”

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“basic_sounds, who have been putting out some tremendous releases in 2010, continue to do so with Overcast Sound's Holding Pattern, a three-song dub EP of unyielding exquisiteness.”




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“...making Holding Pattern a release that will pique the interest of electronic music's most influential chin scratchers.”

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“...much of the appeal of Overcast Sound lies in feeling out contours that seem like they're barely there.”




Interview

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“Overcast Sound played minimal dubbed-out beats. The crowd gathered at the stage where instead of dancing, they sat on the floor, swaying in time with the minor echoed chords and hypnotic rhythms.”




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“Overcast Sound kicked things off in the SAT and channeled, well, Basic Channel with their deep dubby constructions. The simple cloud visuals were a nice pairing and the audience sat on the floor letting the bass wash over them.”

Interview

“creating a signature that recalls the dub-techno excursions found on the Echochord label”