Route 94 releases four quality minimal cuts on his newly launched Routine Recordings imprint this December.
British producer Rowan Tyler Jones has accomplished a lot since learning to produce as a thirteen- year-old, including ubiquitous commercial success and an illustrious discography releasing on dance music’s most prestigious record labels like Virgin EMI, Rinse, Defected, Leftroom, Crosstown Rebels, and Hot Creations. However, on his Routine Recordings the talented artist demonstrates his ability to produce niche sounds in line with the minimal and micro house genres, echoing the halcyon days of imprints such as Perlon and Playhouse.
Complete with incomprehensible yet soothing vocals, ‘Bada’ meanders forward with a compelling groove constructed by intricate percussion and a sultry sub-bass. ‘HT Conundrum’ is composed of a cacophony of twisted sounds, chopped up and delivered alongside a funky bassline before the meaner ‘Pre Mexico Pill’ follows with its shuffling hats, moody chords and sweet synths. Finally, ‘Straight Up’ blends soaring strings, scintillating atmospherics and infectious vocal coos, concluding the package with a mesmerizing number produced with the dancefloor in mind.
Published: 5th November 2019