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Djinn - Dark Reference EP FLAC album

Performer: Djinn
Genre: Electronic
Title: Dark Reference EP
Country: UK
Released: 2017
Style: Drum n Bass, Jungle
FLAC version ZIP size: 1536 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1963 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1324 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 902
Other Formats: AA MP3 AAC XM AC3 VQF VOC

rk-reference-ep Juno Records - juno. ce-ep/658817-01 Eastern Bloc Records - easternblocrecords. Dark Reference EP (Foundation X) - Release date 28th July 2017. A1 - Nine Grounds A2 - Destructive Consequence B1 - Dark Reference B2 - Pressure.

Djinn – Dark Reference. Label/Cat Foundation X – FDX007 Source: Vinyl Release date: 2017-10-31 Format: mp3 Quality: 320 kbps Genre: Electronic Style: Drum & Bass. Tracklist 01. Dark Reference 6:53 02. Destructive Consequence 5:38 03. Nine Grounds 6:21 04. Pressure 5:33. Direct downloads for TMF users.

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An album titled Ni no Kuni: Shikkoku no Madoushi Original Soundtrack was released in Japan in February 2011, featuring music from Ni no Kuni: Dominion of the Dark Djinn. A two-disc soundtrack was later released in March 2013; the first disc is a re-release of the Japanese soundtrack, while the second disc contains additional tracks from Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch.

Djinn" (魔 (ま) 人 (じん) Majin) is an archetype of Fiend Xyz Monsters used by Yuma Tsukumo in Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL. It is composed of two-horned, musician-like monsters which mostly focus on anti-Xyz tactics while also supporting one another via their own effects. Their team symbol is a musical eighth note featuring a fiendish-looking face. All members of this archetype are Rank 3 monsters, except for the Rank 4 "Maestroke the Symphony Djinn".

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A1 Nine Grounds
A2 Destructive Consequence
B1 Dark Reference
B2 Pressure

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – The Exchange Vinyl
  • Pressed By – MPO


  • Artwork[email protected]*
  • Mastered By – Simon*
  • Written-By [Uncredited], Producer [Uncredited], Engineer [Uncredited] – Djinn


Full artwork sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side run-out, etched): FDX007 A MPO SIMON - THE EXCHANGE VINYL
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side run-out, etched): FDX007 B MPO SIMON - THE EXCHANGE VINYL

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FDX007 Djinn Dark Reference EP ‎(12", EP, TP) Foundation X FDX007 UK 2017

Heavy contender for best 12" 4-tracker-EP of 2017, and anyone who's following jungle in this era knows that that is a bold statement. Can't wait to hear more of Djinn's work in the future!

Still In Mind
THIS RECORD! If only more of the genre could be as tightly engineered for kick-math as these four diamond-hard epics. Not only is it pleasing to see Manchester (yet again) giving rise to fresh-as-fuck talent, but that we have here another artist capable of breathing new life into much maligned art form.All of these tracks are pivoted on the techno end of DnB and skilfully drop just the most fragmentary text snippets rather than the tiresome and often obligatory references to the yard getting up in your raveageddon. The pace is well up into the peak-time and the atmospherics are the misty, black and white 1950’s techno that flatters the more dynamic listener as well as coax the trad amen fan-boy back into step.Forceful, edgy beat-catharsis that is truly forward as it spies through the crystal ball and beyond the vortex. You should be buying this record immediately for the sake of your children’s personal safety.

Swift Summer
Why?-- it is much sharper than that. I love the dark sound of trad d'n'b but this is much more focussed. You might be deaf... get that seen to :P

Or you could just say it's 1995-1996 retro Drum and Bass

The amount of punch, wow! *punches air repeatedely* Take that, air!Seriously, so much punch. Also, some sinister sound sweeps, serious sub bass rumbling and destructive drum pummeling. Tight grip too, not a single weak spot to be found.

Damn, you said it all first. So true... We need more of this.