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Techno’s Outer Limits :: July 2016

Latest emission from Techno’s Twilight Zone of EPs, 12″s & LPs with notes in the margins.  First Italy, where Dino Sabatini has launched the Outis Opera sub-series with a first album since Shaman’s Paths (‘view here), from which Omonimo notably departs; as much on a downtempo and trip-hop tip as on an Italian deep techno template of the type co-designed inter alii with […]

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Honzo :: Melancholia (Arboretum)

This is dark, lonely music; terrifying in one respect and cruelly honest. And within this rawness, this discord, there are wonderful moments. One of the wonders of Berlin is its mixture of people, cultures, influences. This mix in turn attracts others and the brew becomes even more diverse and varied. For years Germany’s capital has […]

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Photophob :: And All The Dreams You Don’t Remember (M-Tronic)

And All The Dreams You Don’t Remember is a perfect midnight ride album that—to my ears—is best suited for those nocturnal roamings across landscapes of your choosing be they via car, train, plain, foot or a mouse and a keyboard. A foray into minimal dub and deep ambient territories. Photophob’s And All The Dreams You […]

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Ship Ahoy! Shinichi Atobe’s Butterfly Effect

It all sounds somehow out of time yet timeless, at a remove from Now. Spotted on the horizon a debut LP from Shinichi Atobe, a shadowy entity known only for Ship-Scope (2001), a cult Chain Reaction 12” (long-time going for an arm and a leg on discogs), whose “The Red Line” should surely have made it to John […]

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YAIR ETZIONY :: Igloo Mix

Closing up Summer, False Industries‘ own Yair Etziony offers Igloo Magazine an exclusive techno set. 01. Regis :: “Blood Witness” 02. Robert Hood :: “Alpha” 03. Steve Stoll :: “November Yankee” 04. Surgeon :: “Floorshow, Pt. 1 – 3” 05. Traversable Wormhole :: “Traversing The Asteroid Belt” 06. Morphosis :: “Silent Screamer” 07. Yair Etziony […]

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ALAN LOCKETT :: Dalliance #5 mix

Dalliance #5 locates itself at the more ambient end of the Dub Techno spectrum—where the dub is massive trailing atmo-smears of echo and reverb (call it ambient), and techno is the kick inside. (Published: 07/16/2013) It started with a hiss… a pulse… and a stab. There was Deepchord, the many-headed Dub techno beast of Rod […]

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Martin Schulte :: Slow Beauty (Lantern)

A closing serving suggestion might be that Slow Beauty is best consumed less in full-on focused home listening mode than in expansive semi-distracted mix dosage. Dub Techno. It never dies, but its still-smouldering embers keep being re-stoked into new dub-smoke and tech-flames. The vectors from Kingston to Detroit moved EU-wards—to Berlin, and Bristol, and now, more and […]

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