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MTR049 | Released: 2014-09-05

Alex Banks - A Matter Of Time

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Alex Banks, Elizabeth Bernholz - A Matter of Time - Original Version
7:06
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Alex Banks, Elizabeth Bernholz, Frank Wiedemann - A Matter of Time - Frank Wiedemann Remix
7:50

12" Infos

The 2ndsingle release of Alex Bank´s debut album 'Illuminate', like its predecessor features the inimitable Elizabeth Bernholz. 'A Matter of Time' is an electronic dancefloor ballad. Shuffled kick drums and soft arpeggios make for a laidback groove while a warmly distorted analogue pad and corresponding bassline push the track forward into club twilight. The record comes packed with a straight 4/4 remix by Frank Wiedemann of Ame and The Howling fame, which unexpectantly evokes banging acid techno and its newer re-definitions. This is an evil Janus-head of an EP or should i say expect a brilliant Jekyll on A1 with a huge portion of Hyde on the Bside? Either way, this record is definitely bipolar and gives you two for one.

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The 2ndsingle release of Alex Bank´s debut album ‘Illuminate’, like its predecessor features the inimitable Elizabeth Bernholz. ‘A Matter of Time’ is an electronic dancefloor ballad. Shuffled kick drums and soft arpeggios make for a laidback groove while a warmly distorted analogue pad and corresponding bassline push the track forward into club twilight. The record comes packed with a straight 4/4 remix by Frank Wiedemann of Ame and The Howling fame, which unexpectantly evokes banging acid techno and its newer re-definitions. This is an evil Janus-head of an EP or should i say expect a brilliant Jekyll on A1 with a huge portion of Hyde on the Bside? Either way, this record is definitely bipolar and gives you two for one.