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Something a Little Different

by Dopekick

Gentle soundscapes and electronica fuse, with world music and film soundtrack influences.
Genre: Electronic: Soundscapes
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1. Vanity Garden
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2. Whose Knot?
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3. Nu-Icon
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4. Ocean Size
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5. Nieces Pieces
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6. Movement and Collision
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7. The Restless Natives
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8. Lying on a Beach
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9. Just Dreaming
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10. Great Northern
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11. Flowering Seed
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12. A Harmony Place / A Sacred Space
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Album Notes
Following hot on the heels of Slip's "Melisma" e. p. Dopekick returns in 2004 with "Something a Little Different".

12 tracks of pure heaven- ranging from Indian tinged breaks to soothing ambient dreamscapes.

This new e.p . takes the listener on a laid-back journey through time and space. Deeply evocative, with calm meditative moments "Something a Little Different" is a joy to the ear.

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Andrew Potterton

More than just another cosmic music album.Highly recommended.
For an artist whose previous work featured a wealth of wickedly crunchy beats and rhythms, this comes almost as a shock - but in reality a pleasant surprise, as they've essentially produced an album of largely rhythm-free, multi-layered, late-night spacey electronic music. There are twelve tracks across 30 minutes of music and throughout there's this sense of darkness but it's not bleak, as layers of electronics, synths and samples, conjure images of eerie nights by the sea, dark towers on treeless plains and late-night musing under a deep dark sky. The synths and electronic are varied, kept deceptively minimal but sound so layered and expansive, the atmosphere dark yet warm, the feel one of foreboding yet safety, and occasionally, when the odd percussive rhythm is introduced, more thunderous and even darker,. There's a lot going on here and you feel like you've listened to a lot more than thirty minutes, by the time you reach the end, with the tracks so hypnotic that you genuinely have something you'll want to play and experience many times over. It has a certain addictive quality to its sound, texture and construction, and yet is different enough to make it so much more than "just another cosmic music album". Highly recommended.