According to the label, this release came about because US act Forma had put together two dancefloor jams that didn’t fit into an album format and were looking for a home for them. Clocking in at over 10 minutes each, these extended, spacey techno tracks are easy to get lost in; the title track is full of swirling synth textures and arcing acid lines, but it can’t compare to ‘Cloud Pillar’. Over a quarter of an hour in length, its sounds move from the billowing chords of '90s techno, through sub-aquatic textures and into shiny Kraftwerkian futurism.
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You’d be forgiven for thinking this track was made 20 years ago, and you somehow missed it while listening to your ‘Jungle Massive’ albums. Completely classic-sounding jungle drenched in ragga influence, with a wicked '90s-sounding vox.
Two equally fine offerings from the Colorize stable, that deals in electro/progressive on the deeper, darker tip. ‘Dissolving’ on the B-side is the more bassline driven of the two records, while ‘Backbone’ adds a funkier edge to the liquid trance sounds of Clameres.