Foremost Poets- Moon Raker

Written by Samantha McCallum

February 24, 2011 9:42 pm

Do you ever wonder what clubbing will be like in 100 years time? Have you ever wondered what clubbing would be like if it was on another planet? Look no further in to the hypnotic space age for the futuristic feel Moon Raker has. Although we cannot explore space (unless you’re an astronaut), Moon Raker recreates this using the wonders of pitch bent basslines, Star Trek style bleeps and commanding vocals. Unless you’re a minimalistic techno lover, it can be difficult to appreciate the beauty of it. However this track proves that minimal can be hypnotic and imaginative. Although the space age appears far away, the love for futuristic minimal dance is already here.

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