Anaconda Flow
by Legowelt

— Released 20th April 2015 on Technicolour

Danny Wolfers (most frequently known as Legowelt) is a producer and performer who has worn many hats, all of them styled with finesse. His range is immense but never disparate; through releases for Clone, L.I.E.S., Creme Organization and Peoples Potential Unlimited (among others) Legowelt has spanned everything from frosty techno, sprawling boogie and melodic acid house to chugging electro without sacrificing bonafide quality or pandering to the fad du jour. In his newest effort, a...

Danny Wolfers (most frequently known as Legowelt) is a producer and performer who has worn many hats, all of them styled with finesse. His range is immense but never disparate; through releases for Clone, L.I.E.S., Creme Organization and Peoples Potential Unlimited (among others) Legowelt has spanned everything from frosty techno, sprawling boogie and melodic acid house to chugging electro without sacrificing bonafide quality or pandering to the fad du jour. In his newest effort, a debut EP for Fotomachine’s Technicolour imprint entitled Anaconda Flow, listeners are treated to that dynamism in its very finest form. Uplifting, dreamy synth sequences are incorporated alongside his instantly recognizable gritty floor-fillers for a four-piece package that will both delight the home listener and devastate the dance. His long-demonstrated devotion to hardware is utilized here to extraordinary effect: blips bubble to a murky surface, twinkles cascade from above and a kick drum pulses straight through everything it touches—all in all a darkly immersive little jewel, though who would have expected any less?

Anaconda Flow
by Legowelt

— Released 20th April 2015 on Technicolour

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12" (TCLR010)
 

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MP3 (TCLRDNL010)
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16-bit WAV (TCLRDNL010W)
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24-bit WAV (TCLRDNL010WH)
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12" (TCLR010) MP3 (TCLRDNL010)
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24-bit WAV (TCLRDNL010WH)
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Tracklist

  • 12"
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  • 24-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Evaporate With Me 2 Infinity
  2. 2
    Anaconda Flow
  3. 3
    Never Not Know U
  4. 4
    Eternal Flux
  5.  
    Play All (4)
  1. 1
    Evaporate With Me 2 Infinity
  2. 2
    Anaconda Flow
  3. 3
    Never Not Know U
  4. 4
    Eternal Flux
  5.  
    Play All (4)
  1. 1
    Evaporate With Me 2 Infinity
  2. 2
    Anaconda Flow
  3. 3
    Never Not Know U
  4. 4
    Eternal Flux
  5.  
    Play All (4)
  1. 1
    Evaporate With Me 2 Infinity
  2. 2
    Anaconda Flow
  3. 3
    Never Not Know U
  4. 4
    Eternal Flux
  5.  
    Play All (4)

Danny Wolfers (most frequently known as Legowelt) is a producer and performer who has worn many hats, all of them styled with finesse. His range is immense but never disparate; through releases for Clone, L.I.E.S., Creme Organization and Peoples Potential Unlimited (among others) Legowelt has spanned everything from frosty techno, sprawling boogie and melodic acid house to chugging electro without sacrificing bonafide quality or pandering to the fad du jour. In his newest effort, a...

Danny Wolfers (most frequently known as Legowelt) is a producer and performer who has worn many hats, all of them styled with finesse. His range is immense but never disparate; through releases for Clone, L.I.E.S., Creme Organization and Peoples Potential Unlimited (among others) Legowelt has spanned everything from frosty techno, sprawling boogie and melodic acid house to chugging electro without sacrificing bonafide quality or pandering to the fad du jour. In his newest effort, a debut EP for Fotomachine’s Technicolour imprint entitled Anaconda Flow, listeners are treated to that dynamism in its very finest form. Uplifting, dreamy synth sequences are incorporated alongside his instantly recognizable gritty floor-fillers for a four-piece package that will both delight the home listener and devastate the dance. His long-demonstrated devotion to hardware is utilized here to extraordinary effect: blips bubble to a murky surface, twinkles cascade from above and a kick drum pulses straight through everything it touches—all in all a darkly immersive little jewel, though who would have expected any less?