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«Roman Slavka, from Ukraine, is best known for a couple of releases at Enough Records and one very special one at Nexsound (my personal favorite), among several collaborations and inclusions on compilations, lice Muscut. For some time, Slavka's trademark sound was something along the dark ambient genre.
More recently, his music began to lift up and gained a more dubby, frequently minimal techno-ish, electronic feel, all of this without losing the experimental ambient side we learned to love.

'Some Different Works' is a small EP worked around sound dualities. 'Air/Water', 'Balance/Structure' and 'Move/Nature' all have music elements struggling against each other, but at the same time fitting very well together. 'Door in Dolphinarium' can also be included - although not being titled a duality like the other tracks - as it incorporates cityscape, enviroment and urban-like sounds, stitched together with dolphin's talking. A curious but effective approach.»
- Pedro Leitão

Downloads:

01 • Air/Water ............................................................................... pt us
  [6'45'' • 15,8Mb • 320Kbps]
02 • Door in Dolphinarium ............................................................ pt us
  [3'35'' • 8,56Mb • 320Kbps]
03 • Balance/Structure .................................................................. pt us
  [6'34'' • 15,4Mb • 320Kbps]
04 • Move/Nature ........................................................................... pt us
[7'47'' • 18,1Mb • 320Kbps]
  • artwork ................................................................................... pt us
  [PDF-Zip • 4,26Mb]
  • all tracks + artwork ................................................................ pt us
  [Zip • 61,8Mb]

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