Origins

by Luciaen

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BASAEC002

Luciaen, AKA Lucien Nicolet, presents the second chapter in his Basaec series, with Origins.

The new label from the Cadenza Records boss looks back to the roots of his production career, whilst presenting a wholefully futuristc take on electronic dance music. Origins (Wild Origins) leads release #2, a collosal twelve minute piece of neo-classical electronics. Waves of arpeggio synth dominate the beatless track, its mighty stabs and light percussion propelling the track along at great speed and urgency. The heads will no doubt hear inspirations from Detroit techno in here, but you can’t put this piece in any genre box, rather it’s a huge musical showcase from one of dance music’s most enigmatic figures.

The Great Amael finds Luciaen in more familiar territory, a lo-fi bubbling groove and dusted Hammond organs hustle along whilst the live percussions shine through. Energetic and infectious, the tone softens with the oceanic pads that provide its classic melody and threatens to envelope the listener in a wall of beautiful sound.

A slightly restrained and lighter version of Origins (Mix One) is featured on the digital release, losing none of its magical touch and impact.

Selected DJ comments

Julien Sandre (Morris Audio) - 'Magic release! absolutely love and support it'
Patrice Baumel (Get Physical / Trapez) - 'Takes me right back to the days of Luciano's amazing liveshow during his Perlon years - subtle and exquisite. The Great Amael hits home on many levels, love it. Hope there's more to come.'
Daniel Sanchez (Remote Area / Bla Bla) - Big fan! of the old/new the Style from lucio! Amazing’
Speaking Minds (Noir Music, My Favorite Robot Records, Manocalda) - 'Wow. i really feel the old Luciano in this tracks. totally loving the whole EP. Origins sounds so epic, but The Great Amael is totally mind-blowing. 10/10'
Dzeta & Basile (1Trax/Plastic City/Real tone) - 'The Great Amael is a bomb!’
Gwen Maze (Supernature) – ‘The Great Amael is trippy !!!thx'
Luca Bacchetti (Wagon Repair/Tenax) - 'I love Origins and its pathos. 10/10'
Emerson Todd (Dirty Bird) - 'lovely lovely stuff... magical'
Orde Meikle (Slam) – Will road test, thanks
Andrew Grant (DC10) – nice ethereal vibes
Quell (Ibadan) – sounds like Luciano going back to his roots a little, very enjoyable

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released July 7, 2014

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