TSL Tapedeck: Silent Island – Re-quator (Hungary, 2017)

The Hungarian one-man show, Silent Island, returns with an-almost-new EP, Re-quator.
As you can easily understand this new EP is closely linked with his previous work, Equator. In fact, besides two unreleased tracks (Trinidad and Capricorn) our good, talented man re-worked three older songs.

The basic feeling of the new tracks is definitely similar to the previous album, as I have expected -which is nice, btw. While the three remixes are curious as well as interesting. Especially Whalerider’s dance (Black Hill’s tribal remix), but we also find a nice electronic/chillout remix (Harbour Lights) and a very dilated ambient one, Waterworld.
Re-quator -as well as its “bigger brother” Equator– is perfect for a soothing and relaxing evening!

Spin it right now!

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TSL co-founder, co-owner, editor, CEO, reviewer, interviewer and writer. Basically I do a lot of stuff and I can’t get anything done well. I was born in 1991 and started loving music since 1981. Got my very first band in high school and now I play as a lonely dumbass in 3 projects: Chiral, Il Vuoto and |||. I listen to every kind of music as long as it is good and intense. Favourite genres include: everything as long as it’s good! (but also folk, black metal, 70-80’s rock and post-rock).

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