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Review: The German label delivers its most purist techno record yet with Module. The title track is a slamming, almost claustrophobic affair, lent some sense of light thanks to its surging chords. Roberto's take on "Module" serves to heighten the interplay between these elements with its dark, scuffled beats and insistent percussion prevailing over the chords, making for a jarring sound. Advanced Human explores dub techno on "Satellite State", but with a difference as the beats are pushed to the point of distortion as the reverb filters and ebbs. Finally, "Satellite Club" features loose, organic drums, but the end result is more tracky and upfront than "State".
29 Aug 11
Played by: DJ Hi-Shock / Advanced Human, Mattias Fridell, Trebor, Enclave, Kereni, Advanced Human, Giovanni Pasquariello
Review: Fresh from his/her release on Gynoid, Advanced Human delivers a hard-hitting release for New York institution Synewave. "Interplanetary Assaults - Sci-Fi Dub" is based on heavy rhythms and jarring rave riffs, and the Warehouse mix has a more contemporary edge, taking its inspiration from the Kalon/Frozen Border school of dense, off-beat rhythms. Despite this, it forgoes subtlety as droning riffs and powerful filters lead into a dramatic breakdown. "Robot Therapy" sees Advanced Human revert to slamming rhythms and filtered, metallic riffing, while DJ Hi Shock bangs the acid box to the point of implosion with his intense, grainy interpretation. It's a thrilling, white-knuckle ride that techno purists will find irresistible.
24 Sep 12
Played by: S-Tek (Gynoid, Audiolabor, Berlin), DJ Hi-Shock / Advanced Human, Pjotr G & Dubiosity, Myles Serge
Review: Two of underground techno's most promising artists feature on this split release. Advanced Human shows two different sides to his musical palette. "Noh Funk" is a primal, slamming groove, the tough rhythms housing eerie chord progressions and a tunnelling, hypnotic riff. "Maszyna" is more understated and sees AH embrace dubby influences, yet at the same time the beats are hard and stomping, even though the tempo isn't as fast. By contrast, Developer favours a lighter approach. "Primera" is a deep, pulsing groove its rolling rhythm augmented by chain mail percussion. "Fuego" sees Developer go deeper still and its eerie chords rounds off this excellent package.
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Review: This German label has won its reputation by straddling the house/techno divide, but there is no such ambiguity on Chosen 3. Focusing heavily on harder sounds, it opens with Rebekah's remix of Chris Page's "Derailleur", a steamrolling, fist-pumping affair, littered with belligerent chord stabs. Advanced Human's "Satellite Club" is in a similar vein, its dark drums and soldered iron riffs sounding similar to Jeff Mills. The Jeroen Search take on Egor Boss' "Inversion 2.2" isn't short of high-paced thrills either, and its doubled up claps and tracky rhythm provide a hard-edged basis for Boss' ghostly synths; the release highlight however is Dax J's "New Beginnings", a chord-heavy groove that throbs and filters to infinity.