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Dj Nigga Fox – Noite E Dia – 12″ (Repress)

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Dj Nigga Fox – Noite E Dia – 12″ (Repress)

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2013’s “O Meu Estilo” produced shock waves felt long after the EP sold out. It was charted by Thom Yorke and praised by well known publications such as Spin, Fact, Vice or The Quietus. And so Rogério Brandão spent the best part of 2014 touring Europe, including two of the Continent’s biggest festivals: Sónar in Catalunya and Rosklide in Denmark. “A lo-fi, pressure cooked fusion of impossible rhythms, written for unborn dancers pulling shapes that don’t exist yet.” (Fact, late 2013)

No wonder it took a while to complete the second EP, “Noite E Dia”.
“Um Ano” (“One Year”) seems to pay tribute to a fantastic year and it picks up on the trademark Nigga Fox dissonance. It bounces all over the place in dramatic style; “Apocalipsii” starts as apparently straight techno but it’s clear after a while that it is no such thing. A layer of bleepy weirdness is driven by martial snares. Bleeps then turn into strings and then into fake horns. Rogério shows the table his amazing set of cards; but this time the Angolan producer delivers even more fire. Check out “Tio Kiala”, a mammoth bullet-train headed for Rave Central, staying on track despite all the contortionist twists and turns; “De Leve” kind of contradicts its title (“softly”) with heavy, widescreen, concert hall percussion below a mournful, elastic, string sound. Slow and epic.

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2013’s “O Meu Estilo” produced shock waves felt long after the EP sold out. It was charted by Thom Yorke and praised by well known publications such as Spin, Fact, Vice or The Quietus. And so Rogério Brandão spent the best part of 2014 touring Europe, including two of the Continent’s biggest festivals: Sónar in Catalunya and Rosklide in Denmark. “A lo-fi, pressure cooked fusion of impossible rhythms, written for unborn dancers pulling shapes that don’t exist yet.” (Fact, late 2013)

No wonder it took a while to complete the second EP, “Noite E Dia”.
“Um Ano” (“One Year”) seems to pay tribute to a fantastic year and it picks up on the trademark Nigga Fox dissonance. It bounces all over the place in dramatic style;
“Apocalipsii” starts as apparently straight techno but it’s clear after a while that it is no such thing. A layer of bleepy weirdness is driven by martial snares. Bleeps then turn into strings and then into fake horns. Rogério shows the table his amazing set of cards;
But this time the Angolan producer delivers even more fire. Check out “Tio Kiala”, a mammoth bullet-train headed for Rave Central, staying on track despite all the contortionist twists and turns;
“De Leve” kind of contradicts its title (“softly”) with heavy, widescreen, concert hall percussion below a mournful, elastic, string sound. Slow and epic.

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Weight 200 g
Dimensions 33 × 33 cm
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