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Pulse One
A Mirror From The Past

A Mirror From The Past
A Mirror From The PastA Mirror From The Past


Pulse One




1x Vinyl 12" EP



Release date

Jun 13, 2016

Hailing from Buenos Aires, Pulse One delivers 5 intense cuts with A Mirror From The Past Ep, as the newest addition to the Natch catalogue. First track ‘They’ is an obsessive cut made of haunting synthlines, and thin hihats, followed by ‘We’: a stomping and distorted kickstorm anathemised by ghostly vocals. ‘You’ on the Bside is a broken drum-atic piece of techno, where a long and utterly epic riff, brings cinematographic vibes to the record. The atmosphere moves back to the dancefloor with the slightly lo-fi ‘Me’, an extreme roller backed by cowbells and sidereal winds. To close the release, as epilogue of this solemn trip, the ambient, eerie ‘All Of Us’ evokes melodies of a ceremonial march towards the unknown.

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