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Some words from FB:

 

"Announcing the latest in our LOVWAX series!

Ruby My Dear - Basic 12"

 

Julien Chastagnol returns to Love Love on tip top form with a 12” containing some of his most acute acid material to date - a concise collection of 4 tracks that convey Ruby My Dear’s most high-octane dimension. Each track displays a complex manipulation of its fundamental elements utilising sharp shocks, whirlwind processing and the occasional moment of respite; all racing along at a breakneck pace. A glorious full frequency assault."

 

I'm not actually familiar with the artist but I really love the artwork. As for the music it's quite in the vein of Rognvald and EDM i. Listen to it yourself:

 

 

Pre-orders: https://loveloverecords.bandcamp.com/album/basic

 

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heard these on soundcloud yesterday, so sharp. havent given ruby my dear any listens since his collab with igorrr. nice to see he's still going strong

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ooo, nice. I grabbed that collab with igorrr, not quite up to his solo stuff in my opinion. Clips sound nice.

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Julien Chastagnol returns to Love Love on tip top form with a 12” containing some of his most acute acid material to date - a concise collection of 4 tracks that convey Ruby My Dear’s most high-octane dimension. Each track displays a complex manipulation of its fundamental elements utilising sharp shocks, whirlwind processing and the occasional moment of respite; all racing along at a breakneck pace. A glorious full frequency assault.

 

Buy here: https://loveloverecords.bandcamp.com/album/basic

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I thought someone had already posted this!

This is out now, mega thanks to everyone who pre-ordered it!

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I don't hear it at all. 

 

Mix is verrrrrrrrrrrry wet compared to SV, drum programming is markedly different (I don't know the term for it but Ruby... breaks start/stop abruptly?), heavy focus on the acid lines, bass heavy.

 

 

I hear some similarities but overall not convinced it would be the same guy. RMD seems to be quite comfortable in his reg style and pseudonym too. 

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