deep distance ep
insectorama#051insectorama presents the new ep from img_02 from greece.
thats four great dubtechno tracks and one remix from markus masuhr. this sound is perfect for deep days.
1.img_02 – deep distance
2.img_02 – lost landscapes(unreleasedmix)
3.img_02 – nomos 751(blue mix)
4.img_02 – quiet is the new loud (mix2)
5.img_02 – deep distance [markus masuhr reshape edit]
Artist….: THE WEB
Title….: “monoton” series [remastered]
Catalog#….: DAST EXTRA 01
(a)….: 11 x File / Wave / Album
(b)….: 7 x File / Wave / Album
(c)….: 12 x File / MPEG4-Video / Video Album
Mastering…: Mèrge Audio Works
Audio Quality….: (1411 kBit/s / orig. Master)
Video Quality….: (720p / HD Video)
Prod. Year….: 1994, 2008-2009
Released….: 31 Mar 2012
Style….: Acid, Classic Techno, IDM, Minimal
02……(5:25)….in the mist
06……(4:00)….monoton 4 – pulsar
07……(5:00)….monoton 5 – doppelstern
08……(6:00)….monoton 6 – quasar
10……(7:16)….living on my planet
1……(07:25)…monoton rem X
2……(04:35)…pulsating source of radio
3……(06:14)…quasi-stellar radio source
5……(12:37)…alien tanks in the storm
All tracks written and composed by THE WEB.
Production in 1994, 2008-2009.
Remastering by Mèrge Audio Works in 2012.
Republished by Dauer & Strehm Net Recordings
…IN 1994 WAS BORN THE SPIRIT OF “monoton”! ONLY 14 YEARS LATER FOLLOWED HER SOUL! AND NOW IT GETS THE BODY…, THE CREATOR “THE WEB” TELLS US ABOUT THE HISTORY, ORIGINS AND BACKGROUNDS, TO HIS GREAT WORK…
The “monoton” series were created between october 2008 and april 2009. All tracks follow the same principle: They are all basedon a central audio track with sounds from a famous vintage analogsynthesizer – the Korg MS-10. I extracted these sounds from a tapedating back to 1994/95.
THE WEB: “Once on a saturday in late summer 1994 there was one of these flea marketsin my home town Winterthur. I was in the pub when a colleague bustedin, came straight to me and excitedly asked me if I knewwhat a Korg MS-10 is and if I wanted to buy one – if yes I would haveto hurry because he found one at a stand of the flea market, for only300 bucks (Swiss Franks)! Although back then I was only DJing fromtime to time, but was not doing my own music, had no drum machinesand other equipment, I knew this was a golden opportunity I shouldn’tpass up – techno and house music had become popular and the pricesfor old analog synths nobody was interested in a few years ago hadrisen to astronomical levels. So I immediately went out to the standand bought this vintage device. Back home, I explored the sounds ofit in depth, also because I had no other instrument that competed forattention. I experimented with the patch cords and tried everyconnection. “Sick and industrial sounds and lots of dirt iswhat the MS can do at it’s best” (www.sequencer.de) – oh yes,that’s exactly what I like. Everytime I had found a sound that Iliked I recorded a few minutes of it on tape. Since I always wantedto do my own electronic music tracks but back then couldn’t affordthe equipment I decided to give the Korg MS-10 to my friend Sauri,former DJ from Winterthur (DJ Das Sausen) and drummer of the band”men from s.p.e.c.t.r.e” (superb instrumental music! -visit www.men-from-spectre.org).
Thankgod I had recorded this tape – finally, 14 years later I was able touse this stuff for my own electronic music tracks. After I made the Freeze!-seriesand a few inofficial remixes of oldies-but-goldies from the 80ies (REMIXED)I wanted to do something more “raw”, stripped down, classictechno, so this old Korg MS-10 tape was very wellcome. I used thesounds on it as a basis for the tracks (definig theme/mood, suitablebeat and speed), added one or two drummachines, an additional synth-or bassline or a few effects – and that was it. Since the Korg MS-10is monophonic I used the working title “monoton” for thisseries of tracks.
Thetracks on “monoton I” vary from oldschool technohouseacid-like style (monoton5 – doppelstern),wavy rocking breakbeat (waveroller)and even friendly downtempo (cleanup)to raw industrial machine beat (alientank).In monotonX there’sno drummachine, all the drum sounds came from Korg MS-10.
“monotonII” contains alternative versions of several tracks from”monoton I”; the tracks are renamed so that the original aswell as the new version are visible. alientank forexample grew to alientanks in the storm,a three part version with one tank in the beginning and another onereturning to the windy, empty battlefield (middle part) at the end. Apeculiar element in several tracks here is the different tempo of thebeat while keeping the original tempo of the Korg MS-10 sound track,in a ratio 4:3 (pulsatingsource of radio, little jumper, planet easy).In planeteasy sucha change in tempo occurs in the middle of the track, deviding it ina livingslow anda livingfast part.In the spacy quasi-stellarradio source,the effect of slowing down is reached by a 3/4 echo-effect anda differentbeat – the tempo remains the same as in the 4/4-trance-styleoriginal monoton6 – quasar.”
Tensing, relaxing. Inhale, exhale.
Dive beneath and hover under the surface with the deep house album “Molekulare Tanzbewegung” by MONULOKU.
This is the Promotion-EP with 4 free tracks from the album.
The longplayer with 11 tracks was released on 2012-03-16 on Garganrecords and is available in many DJ-stores ( DJ-Shop, Djtunes, Trackitdown, and many more…)
All files are in a quality of 320 kbit/s for the (free) download.
MP3s, Cover and “all inclusive” ZIP-package are available here or on: http://www.garganrecords.com
Album: Molekulare Tanzbewegung
Release Date: 2012-04-15
Genre: Deep House / Tech-House
Type: Promo EP
(01) Molekulare Tanzbewegung 06:29
(02) Syoss Tec 05:10
(03) Umleitung 05:46
(04) Bridge Of Allan 06:12
This time Alic invites us to a superdeep tour into their well known world of punching and atmospheric layers of sound. Brian Burger’s remix is knocking you down once more whereas Excizen’s remix helps to rise again. Furthermore “Holy Clap” is a smooth groover to compensate the loss of your braincells.
c4 has been dubbed as “the lone Raver”,
(a parady of the Lone Ranger)
playing live-sets with no-one other
than himself, at various abandoned
warehouses in the dangerous districts
of Toledo, late into the night. armed with
only coffee and his Korg EMX-1,
it is rumored these sets have
converted a few back to
believing in old-school acid techno
Noston – Toxic
(Kreislauf 117)01 Geigerzähler (3:40)
02 Cool Down (5:19)
03 Toxic (5:06)
04 Trumpet Playing Starfish (6:47)
05 Faraz (4:57)
06 High Sky (5:53)
07 Lullaby For My Little Monkey (4:56)
08 One Fifty (3:40)
09 Janos (5:00)
10 Deep Love (4:40)
11 Another Trip (5:20)
12 Ashes To Ashes (3:06)
13 Nozart The Night Music (5:21)
We have known Mixersmith as Robotron’s reliable friend. Now he releases his first solo release at Audioexit: Electricity EP. This four-track composition shows us that Mixersmith evolves, creating more and more interesting pieces. He has a unique sound, but at this time it is lighter and consumable – we say lighter, not light! Comparing to Dan Mute’s calculated, strict sounds, this work is close to it, but the tracks search for independence, play with the limits, and more lighter, airy tracks. Mixersmith makes his solo debut very well.
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