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Artist
Various Artists
ReleaseProduct
Good, But Not Right
Label
DINAMPLATZ
Catalogue Number
DINAMPLATZ000001
Release Date
December 3, 2020
  • Vinyl, 2×LP, Limited Coloured

    Pre-order $24.99

    Black and white heavyweight 180g vinyl

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    DINAMPLATZ000001

    • Limited to 200
    • Double sided 12" rave insert
    • Gatefold jacket

    Estimated shipping: December 2, 2020

  • Vinyl, 2×LP (Deluxe)

    Pre-order $37.99

    Black and white heavyweight 180g vinyl

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    DINAMPLATZ000001DLX

    • Limited to 50
    • Double sided 12" rave insert
    • Gatefold jacket featuring a pop-up party mansion inner

    Estimated shipping: December 2, 2020

Dinamplatz’s compilation Good, But Not Right promises listeners the sounds of ‘A Rave Pressed To Vinyl’. The record is certainly full of the ardkore breakbeats, drum & bass science and ten-tonne basslines that one might expect from this statement. Across eight choice cuts here a line-up which includes Forest Drive West and Radioactive Man bring their rave productions to wax.

Radioactive Man and Monoak are responsible for Good, But Not Right’s most junglist joints, although the grinding low-end of the former’s ‘Clap Ya Hands’ almost pushes it over into drill ‘n’ bass territory. Meanwhile Forest Drive West’s ‘Falling Upright’ mirrors 2Flex Crew’s ‘Dangerou$’ in slowing down the breaks to create atmospheric broken-beat techno joints. Elsewhere no data available delivers a 303-driven slammer in the aptly-named ‘Acid Rambler’, while Boojiboy’s ‘Devolution’ will delight fans of Devo by slipping the aesthetics of Mark Mothersbaugh’s legendary band into a low-slung electro jam.

As if to mirror the rise and fall of a typical night at a rave, Good, But Not Right is bookended by two pieces of foggy ambient techno. While Alice Ant’s ‘Arp 2’ opens the album with a dreamy combination of halcyon synths and thick bass, Tengui’s ‘Fiyah’ is a distorted, mournful greyscale wash.

The Dinamplatz label brings together junglism, acid house, machine-funk and ambient techno on the Good, But Not Right compilation.

Mastered and cut by Keith Tenniswood @ Curve Pusher

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Digital Track List

  1. 1 Arp 2 Alice Ant 5:57
  2. 2 Falling Upright Forest Drive West 6:45
  3. 3 Johnny Jungle Monoak 4:46
  4. 4 Clap Ya Hands Radioactive Man 7:29
  5. 5 Devolution Boojiboy 3:55
  6. 6 Acid Rambler no data available 5:01
  7. 7 Dangerou$ 2Flex Crew 4:14
  8. 8 Fiyah Tengui 12:22

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