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Canadian artist Jay Tripwire delivers his new three-track EP 'Gone Insane' via Jamie Clarke's Either imprint this February. Vancouver, Canada's Jay Tripwire has long been a beloved producer in the world of stripped back house and techno with releases dating back to the turn of the millennium on the likes of Steve Bug's Pokerflat, D'Julz' Bass Culture, Roger Gerressen's Irenic and of course his own Witching Hour among many others. Here though, we see him joining the roster of Irish artist Jamie Clarke's Either imprint which has played host to numerous releases from the label boss himself and featured remixes from Silverlining, Ryan Crosson, Barac and more. Title track 'Gone Insane' opens the release and perfectly sets the tone with Tripwire's signature murky atmospheric style, crisp driving rhythm, gritty bass and intricately programmed effects. 'Workhorse' follows next and diverges into haunting minimal realms with swirling synth textures, glitched out bass flutters and crunchy low-slung drums. 'Still A Raver' then rounds out the EP, shifting things back up a gear with bouncy, twitchy synth melodies, twisted vocal murmurs and pulsating subs all underpinned by heavily shuffled, raw percussion. Tracklisting:A1. Gone Insane A2. Workhorse B1. Still a Raver
Canadian artist Jay Tripwire delivers his new three-track EP 'Gone Insane' via Jamie Clarke's Either imprint this February. Vancouver, Canada's Jay Tripwire has long been a beloved producer in the world of stripped back house and techno with releases dating back to the turn of the millennium on the likes of Steve Bug's Pokerflat, D'Julz' Bass Culture, Roger Gerressen's Irenic and of course his own Witching Hour among many others. Here though, we see him joining the roster of Irish artist Jamie Clarke's Either imprint which has played host to numerous releases from the label boss himself and featured remixes from Silverlining, Ryan Crosson, Barac and more. Title track 'Gone Insane' opens the release and perfectly sets the tone with Tripwire's signature murky atmospheric style, crisp driving rhythm, gritty bass and intricately programmed effects. 'Workhorse' follows next and diverges into haunting minimal realms with swirling synth textures, glitched out bass flutters and crunchy low-slung drums. 'Still A Raver' then rounds out the EP, shifting things back up a gear with bouncy, twitchy synth melodies, twisted vocal murmurs and pulsating subs all underpinned by heavily shuffled, raw percussion. Tracklisting:A1. Gone Insane A2. Workhorse B1. Still a Raver
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Jay Tripwire - Gone Insane

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Format: Vinyl
Label: EITHER
Rel. Date: 02/23/2024
UPC: 197190497908

Gone Insane
Artist: Jay Tripwire
Format: Vinyl
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Canadian artist Jay Tripwire delivers his new three-track EP 'Gone Insane' via Jamie Clarke's Either imprint this February. Vancouver, Canada's Jay Tripwire has long been a beloved producer in the world of stripped back house and techno with releases dating back to the turn of the millennium on the likes of Steve Bug's Pokerflat, D'Julz' Bass Culture, Roger Gerressen's Irenic and of course his own Witching Hour among many others. Here though, we see him joining the roster of Irish artist Jamie Clarke's Either imprint which has played host to numerous releases from the label boss himself and featured remixes from Silverlining, Ryan Crosson, Barac and more. Title track 'Gone Insane' opens the release and perfectly sets the tone with Tripwire's signature murky atmospheric style, crisp driving rhythm, gritty bass and intricately programmed effects. 'Workhorse' follows next and diverges into haunting minimal realms with swirling synth textures, glitched out bass flutters and crunchy low-slung drums. 'Still A Raver' then rounds out the EP, shifting things back up a gear with bouncy, twitchy synth melodies, twisted vocal murmurs and pulsating subs all underpinned by heavily shuffled, raw percussion. Tracklisting:A1. Gone Insane A2. Workhorse B1. Still a Raver
        
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