Out At The Deep End

by Superstructure

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trippin_blazed Dis fire doe Favorite track: Atlantis.
harakiri
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harakiri Great single! But I really wish that "Atlantis" was included on the 7" Favorite track: Atlantis.
James Reeno (SPAZZOID RECORDS/NYC RECORDS/KUPCAKE RECORDS)
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James Reeno (SPAZZOID RECORDS/NYC RECORDS/KUPCAKE RECORDS) From the opening synth riff from "Out at the Deep End", I knew I was in for a real treat. Excellent modern boogie funk here.
"Atlantis" is another favorite. Favorite track: Out At The Deep End.
Jason Paul / Japan Soul
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Jason Paul / Japan Soul This EP hits the soul spot...deep. brilliant synth arrangement. Favorite track: Atlantis.
King Hippo
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King Hippo That pre-order track is a great one for the floor!
Jefferson Duval
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Jefferson Duval Aside from capturing and re-invigorating an 80's feel and making me bust out dancing, I simply love the simplicity and funk. Can't wait to hear the rest of the album.
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If we called Superstructure a sonic mad scientist it would be correct, but would ignore the actual, real-life mad scientist aspects of this electron microscope-owning uber-producer, otherwise known as Todd Osborn. Todd fixes and flies planes, has fabricated a video game kiosk out of hospital equipment and recently finished building a hovercraft.  Recording for Rephlex as Soundmurderer, he concocted some of the most mind-bendingly tough Jungle tunes of the era.  His homebase on the outskirts of Detroit means his House and Techno bonafides are also in order (check his stuff on Ghostly International for proof).  But getting too caught up in the mystery of the man is to overlook the two immaculate electronic boogie gems on his new 7-inch for Names You Can Trust.  Sounding like the cosmic dub of a lost D-Train hit, “Out At The Deep End” has already been featured by Benji B on BBC Radio and sparked a collector's frenzy on limited pre-release.  The futuristic '80s classic vibe continues on the B-side with “Into The Rest,” a beautifully multilayered slow burner.

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released August 11, 2014

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