Back To Mine with Suna Path

Production duo, Suna Path have been producing together for more than a decade. Their music has always been fresh and innovative and has explored a wide array of niches across the electronic spectrum, always with an experimental and forward looking edge.

 

1. Porter Ricks – Port Gentil

“The most sophisticated track of all time. This track changes reality.”

Porter Ricks - Port Gentil

 

2. The Young Gods – Kissing The Sun 

“Powerful and hypnotizing. You are actually flying off into space and levitating.”

The Young Gods - Kissing The Sun - NASA

 

3. Meat Beat Manifesto –  Transmission

“It was 5 am when I first heard this track, I was sitting in an empty, dirty train. It transported me to another place.”

 

4. Techno Animal   – Demonoid

“Very groove based track. The soul screams right out of the body.”

Techno Animal - Demonoid

 

5. Photek Featuring Robert Owens – Mine To Give

“Chords, pads, beat and bass. Everything together makes me so happy.”

Photek Featuring Robert Owens - Mine To Give

 

6. Morphine – The Night

“Blues – jazz – rock and very deep dark music. I like to listen on melancholic days”

Morphine - The Night (album version - lyrics)

 

7. Ulrich Drechsler Cello Quartet – Eternal

“Beautiful melodic jazz. I like it best in the car.”

Ulrich Drechsler Cello Quartet - "Eternal"

 

8. Krzysztof Penderecki ‎- Rękopis Znaleziony W Saragossie   

“I heard this music for the first time when I was 15. I was fascinated by the movie “The Saragossa Manuscript” with music by Krzyszf Penderecki. This music is always a good trip for me.”

Krzysztof Penderecki ‎- Rękopis Znaleziony W Saragossie (The Saragossa Manuscript) (1965) FULL ALBUM

 

9. Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht, Op.4 – Boulez.

“I am a fan of Schonberg. Brilliant music. Genius.”

Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht, Op.4 - Boulez.

 

10. Pink Floyd – Shine On You Crazy Diamond

“I love Pink Floyd”

Pink Floyd - Shine On You Crazy Diamond [Official Music Video]

 

Jan Cree & Suna Path Moorlands EP (incl. Gonjasufi and Roedilius Remix)

Bulletdodge Records continues to explore its exciting new musical direction with a split EP of experimental electronics from Jan Cree and Suna Path that also comes backed with remixes from Gonjasufi and Roedelius.

Jan Cree and Suna Path have been producing independently for more than a decade across various labels such as Stereofly, WiN Recordings, Rawax and Bulletdodge Records. Their music has always been fresh and innovative and has explored a wide array of niches across the electronic spectrum, always with an experimental and forward looking edge. This continues with their thrilling new tracks here on Scottish based imprint Bulletdodge Records following various tracks and releases from Robert Hood, Plaid, Adamski, The Mad Professor and Carl Cox plus more.

Cree kicks off with ‘Escape’, a sludgy and hypnotic deep techno cut with freaky vocals and twisted synths burrowing ever deeper. San Diego hip hop head, Warp album artist and yoga teacher Gonjasufi then steps up to remix with his distinctive brand of beat making. He rips the track apart and rebuilds it as a tortured electronic soundscape of busted beats and manic beeps, paranoid vocals and pure musical tension.

Suna Path then comes correct with ‘Ondine,’ an ambient piece with lo-fi chords drifting over a pained synth while flickering human vocals appear and disappear before your very ears. Remixer Roedelius is a cult German electronic musician and composer best known as co-founder of the influential krautrock groups Cluster and Harmonia, and for his work in the ambient jazz trio Aquarello and collaboration with Brian Eno. His take is one that floats you in a celestial sky amongst harmonic pads and shimmering vocal tones and leaves you in awe. ‘The Secret’ is an airy track of skipping kick drums and off grid chords that light up the airwaves next to scuttling found sound details. ‘Blood Moon’ is a jazzy techno tune with live sounding drums and more exquisite harmonies that ride up and down the scale in dynamic fashion and ‘Path Of The Monk’ closes out with a tense and suggestive ambient soundtrack that is straight from the cosmos.

 

Out now.. Jan Cree & Suna Path ‘Moorlands EP’ drops on Bulletdodge