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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: CD
  • SKU: MUBCD29
  • UPC: 808798802925
  • Street Date: 07/30/13
  • PreBook Date: 01/01/01
  • Label: Magik Muzik »
  • Genre: Electronic/DJ/Scratch
  • Run Time: 60 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Year of Production: 2013
  • Box Lot: 25
  • Territory: NORTH AMERICA

 

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Bobina - Same Difference

Bobina - Same Difference
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Two years ago, with 'Rocket Ride', his third artist album, electronic music cosmonaut Bobina shot his sound space-bound... Now, in the year 2013, the Russian Grand Master returns to deliver what he terms "a continuation album" and "a sequel in all but name". Drawing on a spacious range of influences, styles and inspirations - both pre-and-post millennial - 'Same Difference' beams its epic sonics out from the heavens. With a dance planet firmly in its crosshairs, and an accomplished vocal and co-production crew on board (Susana, Betsie Larkin, Ana Criado and Andrew Rayel among them), Bobina's pan-galactic, retro-futuristic EDMission continues... 
 Intergalactic.... 'Same Difference's journey begins in a sea of trance tranquillity with its title track. Casting a knowing, timely glance in the direction of Isla Baleares, its subtly thrummed 70s guitar-ism twinned with its Med-trance wrap, cede to a once-heard/never-forgotten drop. Throwing the album into warp-drive, 'Sacramentum' finds Bobina studio-side with Moldova's Andew Rayel. A euphoric Ying to the harmonic Yang of 'Rocket Ride' fan-fave 'Lamento Sentimental', its pianoforte symphonica, choral vocal midsection and ebullient conclusion set the album ablaze. Other dimensions... Further in, audio like 'Quattro 372' and 'Miami Echoes' orbits further around the electronic music sphere, building House, Progressive House and occasional electro elements into the album. Putting the 'stellar' in interstellar, 'The Space Track' furiously grinds and distorts, stabbing its tech keys, while Bobina's runs the mod-wheel hard to secure its climactic chain reaction moment.

  

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