Force/Emerge "Lumi (Inland Dub)"
- Words: Glenn Jackson
With the third record for his fledgling Counterchange imprint set to drop on both vinyl and digital formats next week, Ed Davenport (operating here as Inland) has turned in a ghostly rework of the a-side from anonymous producer Force/Emerge's forthcoming "Lumi" b/w "Valo" 12". Inland's dub version of "Lumi" focuses on the original track's haunting textures and slow-brewing rhythms, making for a production that is in itself calm, yet still full of brooding, sinister tones. The record is set to drop next Monday, October 7, but before then, a preview of Force/Emerge's record (which includes another version of "Lumi" pieced together by Davenport) can be heard after the jump.
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