Holed up near the sunny boulevards of Los Angeles, Motion Ward is a newly-established imprint dedicated to promoting the local underground house and techno scene. Following up to an inaugural release from Brown Irvin, the label now returns with a debut twelve courtesy of LA-based producer Social Service.
The soberly-titled ‘SS1‘ unfolds five cuts of tape-hissy, slow-rolling house padded out with some enveloping atmospheres – making a foray into vaporous, dubbed-out techno territories but also granting some interesting ambient-ish excursions.
Today, we’re glad to bring you the exclusive premiere of ‘Late Feeling‘, a Janus-faced groover bridging the gap between a fumy downtempo drift and a mazy, club-friendly backbone. One for the lo-fi pathfinders and askew techno lovers.
SS1 is released via Motion Ward mid May 2016.
A3. Late Feeling