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Counterchange

by Ed Davenport

Counterchange by Ed Davenport

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Counterchange

by Ed Davenport

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Label: NRK Music
After six years of releasing singles, Ed Davenport finally tries his hand at the full-length format. It sure doesn't sound like a debut: Stylistically, Davenport sticks to house and techno of a classic bent, but he avoids the pitfalls of so many "dance" albums by keeping the palette varied and the moods nicely nuanced. There are flashbacks to Chicago, Detroit and New York as well as nods to the darker, tougher sounds of his adopted Berlin, interspersed with ambient interludes and studies in Rephlex's early '90s brand of bedroom rave. Bring on the follow-up.

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After six years of releasing singles, Ed Davenport finally tries his hand at the full-length format. It sure doesn't sound like a debut: Stylistically, Davenport sticks to house and techno of a classic bent, but he avoids the pitfalls of so many "dance" albums by keeping the palette varied and the moods nicely nuanced. There are flashbacks to Chicago, Detroit and New York as well as nods to the darker, tougher sounds of his adopted Berlin, interspersed with ambient interludes and studies in Rephlex's early '90s brand of bedroom rave. Bring on the follow-up.

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About This Album

After six years of releasing singles, Ed Davenport finally tries his hand at the full-length format. It sure doesn't sound like a debut: Stylistically, Davenport sticks to house and techno of a classic bent, but he avoids the pitfalls of so many "dance" albums by keeping the palette varied and the moods nicely nuanced. There are flashbacks to Chicago, Detroit and New York as well as nods to the darker, tougher sounds of his adopted Berlin, interspersed with ambient interludes and studies in Rephlex's early '90s brand of bedroom rave. Bring on the follow-up.