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Anguilla Electrica - (7:10) 113 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Shoal Beat - (7:29) 120 BPM
Prismatic Error - (6:50) 90 BPM
Scuba Rondo - (8:22) 129 BPM
Port Of Tangency - (7:23) 117 BPM
Sandy Ground - (4:53) 120 BPM
Review: When they first made their mark in the late 1990s, Berlin duo Porter Ricks was renowned for making Basic Channel style dub techno. Following their reunification and return to action last year, the veteran production duo has largely delivered material that's more forthright, creepy and dystopian in tone, if still accompanied by the kind of mind-altering sound design that's long marked out dub techno productions. Anguilla Electrica, their first album since 1999, continues this trend, ambling between glitch-laden, industrial-themed dub techno workouts, apocalyptic club techno, hypnotic, drone-influenced dancefloor positivity, and more experimental moments that defy neat categorization. The results are wholeheartedly impressive, making Anguilla Electrica one of the best comeback albums of recent times.
30 Jun 17
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Shadow Boat - (8:14) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bay Rouge - (6:25) 95 BPM
Harbour Chart - (6:32) 136 BPM
Played by: Jaws
Review: Tresor really are a special label. Almost thirty years in the business, and still dominating like no other imprint on the techno scene. This is because they have the power to bring in the very best of artists, with this latest re-appearance from Porter Ricks being one of the many examples of their timeless qualities. The Berlin duo made their name thanks to a succession of incredible releases for Chain Reaction, a Basic Channel sub-label that brought the experimental dub frame to the techno sphere; the project has always been a favourite of ours, and it's so pleasing to hear them doing what they do best. "Shadow Boat" is classic Porter Ricks, a glitchy, intricate dub-techno monster whose 4/4 beat is hidden among the myriad of sonics and harmonics bundled into a tight roll, and the same goes for "Bay Rouge" and its slower, more placid cascade of heartical melodies. "Harbour Chart" is the final call, a downtempo beauty that makes all other ambient seem sterile and lifeless. This is so highly recommended...
18 Nov 16
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Port Gentil - (12:25)
Nautical Dub - (5:48) Biggest-selling track on this release
Biokinetics 1 - (5:20)
Biokinetics 2 - (8:29)
Port Of Call - (9:11)
Port Of Nuba - (8:04)
Nautical Nuba - (8:56)
Nautical Zone - (12:06)
Review: It's amazing how the passage of time clouds memories and judgment. Biokinetics was originally released on Basic Channel sub-label Chain Reaction back in 1996 and was the first long player on that imprint. Chain Reaction, like its mother label, is viewed as the originator for dub techno, yet as Thomas Koner and Andy Mellwig's debut as Porter Ricks long-player reminds us, its expression and impact were much wider than that. It explains why the decision by ambient / experimental label Type to reissue this album is an unsurprising one and its reappearance serves as a reminder why sixteen years later, Biokinetics still resonates. Simply stunning.
TYPE 100
17 Feb 12
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