The Maghreban returns after the success of the Afric 12" to take a little trip through space with two Star Trek inspired cuts.
Amok Time is an ode to the brutal Vulcan mating ritual and is punctuated by a large laser and heavy 90s progressive House sonics. The Empath is more mournful and melodic than previous excursions, perhaps even world weary.
supported by 8 fans who also own “Amok Time / The Empath”
If you're looking for a friendly way into the Opal Tapes catalogue I'm afraid there isn't one. However, this is a great (and very decently priced) introduction to the distinct sound this label has made its own with some fantastic slices of techno. Boma Ye
supported by 6 fans who also own “Amok Time / The Empath”
hard to say a favorite...I haven't heard anything like this since funcrusher by co.flow. this is just out of this world amazing. a breath of fresh air into Hip Hops lungs when it needs it most. the mumble raps gotta go. glad to see the UK still knows Hip-Hop Ryan J Griswold