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23 Oct 12
Played by: Paul Mac, Joachim Spieth (Affin), Juno Recommends Techno, Bas Mooy, Ben Klock, Bruno Sacco (Gravite Records)
Review: Angeles and Search are experts in crafting purist techno and this release serves to highlight their talents. "Divisio" is an upfront affair, its pumping, snaking groove and insistent chord sequences making for great big room materia. Jonas Kopp contributes a remix of "Rhetorica", which has a similar approach, its rolling groove containing a filtered acidic riff. However, the duo impress most on "Partitio". It's less immediate than the other tracks, but its crisp drums and dark claps, coupled with atmospheric chords, ensure it's the highlight here.
31 Aug 09
Played by: Juno Download
15 Mar 13
Played by: Exium
14 Apr 11
Review: The bruising yet beguiling machine rhythms of "Ellipse" open this latest 12 inch release from Jeroen Search, a man who specialises in immaculately crafted heads-down techno. The thoroughly mechanical chords that reverberate around your cranium in "Periapsis" will appeal to fans of Delta Funktionen, Levon Vincent and generally anyone who likes what they hear in Panorama Bar at 11am on a Saturday. The track is given a thoroughly subaqueous re-rub by Conforce, who follows up his recent inclusion into the Clone Basement Series hall of fame with aplomb.
17 Dec 12
Review: The Dimension EP can be seen as a veritable coup from the Sect label, as iconic Dutch techno artist Jeroen Search makes his label debut with some typically wall rattling techno functionalism. Able to flaunt a discography that reaches deep into the early nineties with releases across Mills' Axis imprint, M_Rec LTD, Traut and more, Search's tireless energy for one take productions has seen him at his most productive this year and as always his tracks still retain a finely sculpted feel regardless of his preferred approach. Swiftly spiralling undercurrents of analogue acid merge in synchronicity with the tightly wound drums to provide one relentlessly driven groove on "Paralell Lives" with intermittent ascendant hat rolls and subaqueous keys worthy of the Something In The Sky series only serving to further hypnotise your senses. Complementing this, "Section A" is gruff Fachwerk style concrete techno at its finest and "Inverse" demonstrates Search's ease for producing well crafted minimalism.
31 Aug 11
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02 Aug 11
Review: The title track proves that it's not necessary for contemporary techno to engage in monochrome repetition to be effective. Indeed, Search and Joton's collaboration kicks just as hard as an MDR A-side thanks to its pounding steely drums - but it's the way that the duo twist and tease a jarring riff and sheet metal percussion over the track's surging bassline that really impresses. Search's solo remix of "Universal Force" is less upfront, but achieves the same effect, thanks to its lithe beats, snaking, pumping bassline and deft production touches. Sometimes you can say more with a whisper than a scream.
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