Session Victim

Two Crowns EP

Delusions Of Grandeur

DOG84

Session Victim

Two Crowns EP

Delusions Of Grandeur

DOG84

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ARTIST
Session Victim
TITLE
Two Crowns EP
LABEL
Delusions Of Grandeur
CAT NO.
DOG84
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
  • 19/03/2021 [INITIAL RELEASE]
TERRITORY
Worldwide
GENRE
Deep House House
FEATURING
Session Victim
ASSETS

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A. Two Crowns
  2. B1. Guidance
  3. B2. Village Youth

SALES NOTES

Session Victim have become something of a phenomenon since their inception a little over 12 years ago. They bring a sense of fun and unrivalled energy to their live shows and DJ sets which instantly connects with any crowd in front of them and their charming disregard for musical boundaries ensures that you never know quite what to expect or where they’re heading next. When not feeding their addiction to pinball machines, the duo of Hauke Freer and Matthias Reiling are constantly creating, keeping things fresh by forming labels such as Retreat run by Hauke and Quarion, Pen & Paper run by the duo themselves and Hauke’s new baby Save The Books. Last year’s Needledrop LP for Night Time Stories saw them step away from the dance floor and head into deep, downtempo mode to great effect, and now we’re proud to welcome Session Victim back to Delusions Of Grandeur for the release of Two Crowns which sees them edging back towards clubbier sounds, albeit with their trademark live instrumentation and highly musical approach.

The EP gives us three original tracks which move smoothly from the low-slung funky wobble of the title track with it’s stabbing analogue synths and house not house live drum groove, through to the lush, expansive sounds of Village Youth. Once again, Session Victim have created a collection of tracks which give us a sense of nostalgia for early 90’s Fila Brazilia/Solid Doctor records on the influential Porky label. A world where trippy spoken word samples, cut up breakbeats, deep pads and sine wave basslines live in perfect harmony and a sense of optimism flows through every note. Let’s face it, we can all do with some of that right now!

Published: 8th February 2021

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