REVIEW: The Bankle Feat. Francois Dillinger, RVP, Mister Joshooa, Jeremy Kypta, Tree and ADMN



Francois Dillinger is first with Inner Peace, the industrial percussion quickly layered with sinister synths and vocal ghosts. RVP's Five Conductor is subtle with intricate and hypnotic key patterns, textured with soothing synth lines. The minimal cut of Shampoo Dub is next from Mister Joshooa and Jeremy Kypta, featuring Tree, owner of the TV Lounge. The infectious bass line and old-school sounding vocals make for a wonderful ride. ADMN and Francois Dillinger team up for the latest track, Not Sure, which offers choppy rhythms amid a variety of percussion, deep pads and special effects.


This compilation creates music that works in all settings and transcends genres. His openness to a wide range of sounds is what has made him a beloved favourite, but also someone who operates in his own parallel musical world.



This compilation is a good example of the healthy progress of the Infolines label, but above all, of its boundless potential. In addition, this selection maintains a narrative line that shows that his compositions, marked by such peripheral genres, are part of a process in which, thanks to the mastery of its compilers, it is easy to enter. We can almost say that that punk attitude that runs through each song no longer belongs to young people, since maturity can also be their golden age. For this reason, the best thing about the compilation is not so much what it contains, but what it promises: taking the necessary balance, it is known that what has to come from this release of Infolines in the future will be even better.


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