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  1. Gogore
    Aug 30,  · C2: Peter Hitchens Written By, Producer – Kristian Jabs: D1: Pessimist (2) Pessimist ‎ (CD, Album) Blackest Ever Black: BLACKESTCD UK: Sell This Version Add Review. aworldonmyretine August 30, Report; Simply accurate sound of Pessimist. The whole album is more than impressive, a precise simulation between /5(95).
  2. Shakagis
    With his self-titled debut album - across ten ice-cold and avowedly futuristic tracks - Pessimist not only seals his status as one of the most innovative and consummate producers currently drawing breath, he delivers a defining work which to us represents the culmination of nearly a decade of collective research and development in underground.
  3. Vudotaur
    Blackest serves up a dark-and-dangerous album sampler of Pessimist’s self-titled debut outing. A side Through The Fog satisfies the up-tempo pleasure centre. Harking back closely the the latter-day Ruffhouse material of which Kristian was a member, it’s another sublime example of how to construct proper contemporary drum n bass – from the.
  4. Sajin
    Pessimist, an Album by Pessimist. Released 25 August on Blackest Ever Black (catalog no. BLACKESTCD; CD). Genres: Minimal Drum and Bass.
  5. Nigrel
    PESSIMIST 2 Titles. Artist. Title. Format. Label. Catalog # PESSIMIST. Pessimist. CD BLACKEST EVER BLACK. BLACKEST CD $ LOW STOCK LEVEL. With his ice-cold debut album, Pessimist delivers a defining work which represents the culmination of nearly a decade of collective research and development in underground drum'n'bass. It is hard to.
  6. Fenrilkis
    There are at least 4 acts who are using or have used the name Pessimist; 2: a blackened death metal band from the USA, 3: a German thrash metal band and 4: a Czech progressive death metal band. 1. Drum and Bass project, UK. Kristian Jabs, also known as Pessimist, aged 20 is a Drum & Bass Producer/DJ from Bristol.
  7. Tusho
    Aug 30,  · referencing Pessimist, 2xLP, Album, BLACKESTLP A debut album like a glowing molten chunk of granite - Pessimist channels the perfect fusion of Techno and Drum'n'Bass from outer space. Get ready for astonishment/5().
  8. Mautilar
    Pessimist back on the bad foot for Blackest Ever Black after sending that Balaclava missile on their A14 label in Hoods-up, eyes-down rolige in both heavyweight parts signalling a mighty debut album just around the corner. Through The Fog tees off with masterfully clipped and shivering steppers’ drums anchored in ‘floor-engulfing Reese subs on the A-side, flexing out in the shadows.

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