Symmetry – Night Rhythms Two


At the tail end of last year we had Symmetry and Night Rhythms One, which I said was “proper 3am techno“. Symmetry’s now back  with Night Rhythms Two.

Last time there was plenty of acid, this time Night Rhythm has plenty of bass and some bleeping. Nothing like his first offering but equally good.  Body, Mind and Soul is a bit more dub techno-ish, with those chiming chords. And, joy, a bit of house piano in the acidic mix. Excellent work.


And if you’re after a free download, try Symmetry Mixtape for Bad Life 2013

Blurb: Graduating with an A+++, young Erin Symmetry was one of the star pupils from our ‘class of 2013′. His incredible Night Rhythms 1 EP at the end of last year completely blew us away and garnered the support of Daniel Avery, Fake Blood and Style of Eye to name exactly three. Like all the best sequentially numbered EP series, Symmetry follows ’1′ with ‘2′, an ingenious touch which fills us with anticipation for whatever could possibly come next from this precocious talent. Night Rhythms 2 shows Symmetry once again to be a somewhat libidinous bedfellow of house, techno and electro, triumphantly straddling the hairy crevasses between the three. Night Rhythm and Body, Mind & Soul are crafted for the darkest holes you play, in the fissure between night and morning. Deep. 


~ by acidted on March 29, 2014.

One Response to “Symmetry – Night Rhythms Two”

  1. […] are Erin (formerly Symmetry) and A N Other. Their Kraken EP evokes the tentacles of the legendary sea monster of giant size […]

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