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The Jaffa Kid
Second Frequencies

Second Frequencies

Catno

GTD019

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Jul 8, 2022

Gated Recordings, The Jaffa Kid, GTD019, electronic music, Vinyl records, Electro, breaks, chat noir store

The Jaffa Kid's prolific music-making is well known at this point, with a wide-ranging palette that takes in the full range of electronic genres, from jungle to techno to ambient.

But here on his second EP for Gated - appropriately titled Second Frequencies - the boy named after a biscuit (or is it a cake?) goes deep. Really deep.

Kicking off with the beatless but driving Phased For Days, the EP has a kind of relentless hypnotism to it, with Trinian's almost 7 minutes of spaced out electro.
Flip to the B and the acid comes to the fore, with War On Words and its addictive 303 line pulsing over the Kid's signature pads.

Tangential throws in some breaks under gritty acid, and Not The Way rounds out the EP with a truly poignant melodic beatdown.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

13€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Phased For Days

A2

Trinian

B1

War On Words

B2

Tangential

B3

Not The Way

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