Review: Marcel Dettmann / Prosumer & Tama Sumo – Phantasma Vol.3

Label: Diamonds & Pearls Music
Catalog#: DNP 13


A: Marcel Dettmann – Helix

B: Prosumer & Tama Sumo – Alien Mutts

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A certain mystery surrounds this record, it has a feeling of ghost like perception and a general sense of time alteration.

Marcel Dettmann brings us ‘Helix’, a track that leaves the straight grooves in a different flow, keeping it all intact by reducing melodies and weird percussion and samples. The steady rhythm is there, as always, only that it isn’t as distinct as his previous tracks. A consistency binds all elements together in a way that is very hard to explain. It’s also here the groove of the track lies within, keeping things very raw but fresh at the same time.

Being featured on Tama Sumo’s ‘Panorama Bar 02’, ‘Alien Mutts’ displays a more distinct groove and direct sense than ‘Helix’ – although the same sense of mystery is maintained. Being one of the more strange tracks coming from both Tama Sumo and Prosumer devided, this combined output sounds a lot different from their previous tracks. There’s a hightened sense of knowledge behind this track, as it feels more secure than ever.

‘Phantasma Vol.3’ is out in early November.

3 Responses to “Review: Marcel Dettmann / Prosumer & Tama Sumo – Phantasma Vol.3”

  1. 1 Joe H October 27, 2009 at 13:58

    I like this, the sound clips sound very promising.

  2. 2 hanna sandvik October 28, 2009 at 16:25

    Alien Mutts seems to me “Critical (Bunkin School Dub Mix)” of Rob Mellow

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