REVIEW: Moiety & Manik - Voodoo Hoodoo Remixed [Rugged Society]




After seven years since this Dutch duo released their infamous "Attic edits" EP, Moiety & Manik are back. Voodoo Hoodoo is their new 3-track EP packed with psychedelic analog heat for dancefloors and tribal rituals. Each track tells its own story, from voodoo scenes to deep sea worlds. This EP doesn't let itself be defined by genres, but the style can be described as percussion driven electronic music that will play with your imagination and take you on a journey.


The 3 remixes are produced by Kraut, Hugh Mane and Mens Aperta. A remixes that offers us a deep journey full of textures that evoke freedom, like the ocean breeze or a deep breath in the middle of nature. This renewed bet plays a lot, throughout its tracks, with light-dark.


Moiety & Manik consolidates itself with this album with a more refined sound, but also raised from a creative point of view necessary to avoid falling into drowsiness or boredom, to which the genre was tending due to inertia. From each note emerges a cluster of harmonic and melodic beauty, where the sounds evolve as we approach the central corpus of the theme, maintaining a constant rhythm, which makes us keep our feet on the ground, while the rest of the sounds free us and shoot us to the beyond



Voodoo Hoodoo is a rarity that connects this producer with new sounds, but without losing its festive essence, where the differences between musical styles and eras mix and harmonize, with tremendous lightness. Moiety & Manik has shown us once again, because in murky times, good music is not only made of electronic darkness.


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