John Askew - These Dogs Trust No One [VII]

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John Askew These Dogs Trust No One {LUMINOSITY 2021 CUT&168}



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That electro stutter riff reminds me of Sun and Moon (only good thing about that track was the riff!). Overall, the sample feels like something Atkinson would use in one of his Victims Helpine records (which I'm never a fan off)

The baseline, for better or worse, is not your usual Askew shenanigans so at least he tried something different and some of the little acid sounds are quite nice! The riff is the best part of the entire track imo
 
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Kind of got me interested, could go either way
 

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I suppose this is how tech trance is but to me it sounds like noise. Doesn't sound like the kind of trance you could listen to at home, but I guess that's the point.
 

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I thought this was a half-baked Sipatt track at first, with the rolling bassline and all that, in the set where I first heard it. It sounded very unfinished, so I'm glad to hear it actually was (rather than just another half-baked release). Definitely has potential.
 

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I like the part with the riff! The middle section is catchy and groovy.

The rest of the track is unfortunately, more or less the usual tech filler. I personally cannot stand the squelchy siren sounds, it's so overdone in both tech and psy tracks.
 

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production wise it sounds nice but it just feels all over the place