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Allaby/Airbag
50 WEAPONS 043
30 Oct 15
Techno
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Addison Groove - "Allaby" - (4:36) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Errorsmith - "Airbag" - (5:34) 87 BPM
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Review: With Modeselektor's highly lauded 50 Weapon's imprint on its way out after a great run of seminal releases, they're going out all guns blazing with two absolute killer tracks. The first from UK bass hero Antony Williams aka Headhunter aka Addison Groove, who throws down the jacking and unrelenting juke inflected monster that is "Allaby". Beware, there's some serious bass frequencies on this one! If that was not enough, they commission Berlin techno maverick and one half of MMM Erik Wiegand aka Errorsmith for some of his typically bleepy, massive and downright outrageous main room monsters in the form of "Airbag". If you thought the bass on the previous track was too much, just wait until you hear this full frontal sub assault.
Near Disco Dawn
150882 5663442
01 Jan 12
Techno
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In A Sweat At Empty Bottle - (4:15) 127 BPM
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Last Dance - (4:40) 83 BPM
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No Ice - (5:45) 88 BPM
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Near Disco Dawn At Wmf - (4:48) 138 BPM
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Never Enough - (4:33) 140 BPM
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Bad Bounce - (2:13) 134 BPM
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Near Disco Dawn At Ultraschall - (7:14) 136 BPM
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Between Decks - (6:22) 129 BPM
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In A Sweat At Wmf - (2:46) 125 BPM
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Review: Errorsmith's third release, now availabel on digital, contains a selection of live recordings made between 2001 and 2003 in various clubs and concert venues like Ulraschall in Munich, WMF in Berlin or Empty Bottle in Chicago. Most of the tracks on this album are interpretations of classic disco and r'n'b songs. Digitally synthesized, distorted and filtered club music which goes far beyond its origin. Less abstract and much more dancefloor compatible than the two previous Errorsmith releases, this album relates closely to stuff from Smith n Hack and MMM, projects which Errorsmith is part of as well. The live sets were played on a laptop with a self build digital live tool, a combination of a simple sequencer and a synthesizer. Errorsmith uses this tool to manipulate both the rhythmical pattern and the triggered sounds in real time. With a huge degree of freedom in playing his instrument, two gigs weren't the same and a gig had its highs and lows. How different a track could be played out, can be heard on the two versions of "Near Disco Dawn" and "In A Sweat". Initially planned to be released as studio versions, Errorsmith decided to keep the rawness, incompleteness and live feeling of the concert recordings.
Superlative Fatigue
PAN 81
20 Oct 17
Experimental/Electronic
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Lightspeed - (5:24) 89 BPM
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Who-Is - (6:01) 86 BPM
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I'm Interesting, Cheerful & Sociable - (4:57) 63 BPM
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Centroid - (4:10) 84 BPM
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Superlative Fatigue - (4:56) 64 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Retired Low-Level Internal Server - (6:09) 96 BPM
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Internet Of Screws - (4:53) 53 BPM
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My Party - (3:51) 52 BPM
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Review: Bill Kouligas' always unpredictable PAN imprint brings forth some cutting edge experimental electronics once again in the form of Erik Wiegand aka Errorsmith. Solo artist, a member of MMM and half of Smith 'n Hack in addition to producing some amazing musical software for Native Instruments. Superlative Fatigue is his first album in 13 years and reflects this tension between over-the-top/hysterical emotions, against more deeply felt expressions of realness. Wiegand has stated that it is a rather accessible and cheerful collection of tracks, compared to his usual work; going from 'ridiculously cheerful' but sincere and emotional all the same. From the broken, tongue in-cheek party techno of "I'm Interesting, Cheerful & Sociable" to the blunted and computerised hip-hop of "Retired Low-Level Internal Server" or the downright indescribable weirdness of "Internet Of Screws" it's all in all a pretty compelling listen.
Errorsmith #1
ERRORSMITH 01
01 Jan 12
Techno
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A1 - (3:36) 133 BPM
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A2 - (2:46) 133 BPM
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A3 - (2:28) 134 BPM
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A4 - (3:01) 133 BPM
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B1 - (2:56) 115 BPM
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B2 - (3:38) 115 BPM
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B3 - (2:40) 123 BPM
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B4 - (2:00) 145 BPM
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B5 - (2:13) 136 BPM
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Near Disco Dawn
ERRORSMITH 03
01 Jan 12
Techno
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In A Sweat At Empty Bottle - (4:15) 127 BPM
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Last Dance - (4:40) 83 BPM
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No Ice - (5:45) 88 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Near Disco Dawn At WMF - (4:48) 138 BPM
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Never Enough - (4:33) 140 BPM
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Bad Bounce - (2:13) 134 BPM
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Near Disco Dawn At Ultraschall - (7:14) 136 BPM
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Between Decks - (6:22) 129 BPM
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In A Sweat At WMF - (2:46) 125 BPM
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Review: Errorsmith's third release, now availabel on digital, contains a selection of live recordings made between 2001 and 2003 in various clubs and concert venues like Ulraschall in Munich, WMF in Berlin or Empty Bottle in Chicago. Most of the tracks on this album are interpretations of classic disco and r'n'b songs. Digitally synthesized, distorted and filtered club music which goes far beyond its origin. Less abstract and much more dancefloor compatible than the two previous Errorsmith releases, this album relates closely to stuff from Smith n Hack and MMM, projects which Errorsmith is part of as well. The live sets were played on a laptop with a self build digital live tool, a combination of a simple sequencer and a synthesizer. Errorsmith uses this tool to manipulate both the rhythmical pattern and the triggered sounds in real time. With a huge degree of freedom in playing his instrument, two gigs weren't the same and a gig had its highs and lows. How different a track could be played out, can be heard on the two versions of "Near Disco Dawn" and "In A Sweat". Initially planned to be released as studio versions, Errorsmith decided to keep the rawness, incompleteness and live feeling of the concert recordings.
Errorsmith #2
ERRORSMITH 02
01 Jan 12
Experimental/Electronic
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Stiff Neck - (4:45) 60 BPM
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Fango Pack - (4:03) 103 BPM
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Make Or Break - (3:32) 80 BPM
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Free For All - (5:05) 64 BPM
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Pick A Bone - (4:09) 57 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Funny Bone - (4:30) 86 BPM
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Most Elastic - (8:35) 86 BPM
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Rubbercement - (3:18) 57 BPM
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Superlative Fatigue
880918 229119
22 Dec 17
Experimental/Electronic
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Lightspeed - (5:24) 89 BPM
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Who-Is - (6:01) 86 BPM
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I'm Interesting, Cheerful & Sociable - (4:57) 63 BPM
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Centroid - (4:10) 84 BPM
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Superlative Fatigue - (4:56) 64 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Retired Low-Level Internal Server - (6:09) 96 BPM
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Internet Of Screws - (4:53) 53 BPM
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My Party - (3:51) 52 BPM
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Errorsmith #1
150882 5672272
01 Jan 12
Minimal/Tech House
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A1 - (3:36) 133 BPM
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A2 - (2:46) 133 BPM
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A3 - (2:28) 134 BPM
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A4 - (3:01) 133 BPM
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B1 - (2:56) 115 BPM
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B2 - (3:38) 115 BPM
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B3 - (2:40) 123 BPM
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B4 - (2:00) 145 BPM
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B5 - (2:13) 136 BPM
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Errorsmith #2
150882 5672155
01 Jan 12
Experimental/Electronic
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Stiff Neck - (4:45) 60 BPM
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Fango Pack - (4:03) 103 BPM
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Make Or Break - (3:32) 80 BPM
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Free For All - (5:05) 64 BPM
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Pick A Bone - (4:09) 57 BPM
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Funny Bone - (4:30) 86 BPM
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Most Elastic - (8:35) 86 BPM
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Rubbercement - (3:18) 57 BPM
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Protogravity EP
PAN 64
25 May 15
Experimental/Electronic
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Protogravity - (10:48) 83 BPM
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Cuica Digitales - (6:38) 85 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Atomic #80 - (3:25) 64 BPM
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Review: When two producers at the edges of house and electronica like Fell and Erik 'Errorsmith' Wiegand get together, it is no surprise that the results sound out of this world. The only reference point is Workshop's roster, but Protogravity is situated at the very fringes of that sound. The title track is pieced together from tinny, hollowed out drums and fragmented, spliced vocals. In a similar vein is "Atomic 80", with its dark, drum-led rhythm and subtle samples. However, neither track can compare to "Cuica Digitales". Underpinned by tinkling bells, its chanting vocal sample is more hypnotic than a vat-load of peyote.
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