Kornel Kovacs   The Bells
3.6
great
Release Date: 2016
Tracklist

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4.0 excellentRoundOnEndHiInMiddle | August 31st 16

One would assume that producing multi-dynamical music in a genre as inherently repetitive as house would be a hassle, but Kornel Kovacs makes it all sound so easy. So much of The Bells is multi-faceted, due in no small part to the various styles employed here. "BB" gets things going with energetic funk and soul samples, gifting an incredible danceability to it, whereas closer "Urszusz" is largely tranquil and warming, allowing for a period of rest from the driving rhythms. The vibes the record gives are many as well. Tracks like "Dollar Club" are wondering and even slightly ominous, whereas tracks like "Dance... While The Record Spins" are fun and welcoming. The highlight of all this is "Josey's Tune", which mixes heartwarming melodies and playful synth work with a watery feel, thus managing to be one of the most vivid and lovely electronic tracks of the year. In a nutshell, Kovacs' debut full-length is a masterful collection of outsider house that combines it's deep house roots with funky house to excellent effect.

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4.0 excellentthis is the best album that i\\\\\\\'ve (n)ever heard in my entire life. | April 26th 19
3.0 goodWolfe | July 21st 18
4.0 excellentMotokoKusanagi | March 23rd 18
3.5 greatZeneren | May 9th 17
3.5 greatceart go leor im droim | March 4th 17
4.0 excellentKirk Bowman CONTRIBUTOR | December 28th 16
4.0 excellentbrandontaylor | December 20th 16
2.5 averageFrank - the rater of 3.5 | December 11th 16
3.5 greatYotimi | December 8th 16
4.0 excellentDoofusWainwright | December 4th 16
3.0 goodjtswope | November 16th 16
4.0 excellentChortles | November 2nd 16
3.0 goodL4titudes | October 23rd 16

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