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Konstrukt 002
KON 002
05 Feb 16
Techno
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Cassegrain - "Kor" - (6:50) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Cassegrain - "Katran" - (4:52) 130 BPM
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Sendai - "Antennaed" - (5:11) 124 BPM
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Sendai - "Other_Etcs" - (3:40) 152 BPM
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V Five Years Of Artefacts Chapter Five
SA 5YEARS 05
23 Mar 15
Techno
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Lucy - "Rema Rema Canoero" - (11:33) 130 BPM
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Donato Dozzy - "OZ Taped" - (5:16) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Sendai - "Inverse Array 1" - (5:53) 126 BPM
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Review: The Berlin-based label has released a huge volume of music over the past half-decade, but the fifth instalment of its 5 Years series throws up more surprises. While Sendai's dark drones and stepping rhythm on "Inverse Array" is par for the course, Donato Dozzy squeezes new possibilities from his sound on "OZ Taped". Here, the rhythm is slinky and the pulses lap against his trancey synths like dark waves against a harbour wall. Label owner Lucy provides the biggest surprise on "Rema Rema Canoero ". Clocking in at almost twelve minutes, its droning textures are supported by a shuffling, percussive rhythm that calls to mind Surgeon's "As You Breathe Here Now" on Semantica from a few years ago.
Monad XVIII
SAM 018
11 Aug 14
Techno
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Isobaric 3 - (8:22) 50 BPM
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False Entities - (4:16) 140 BPM
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Directive - (11:46) 162 BPM
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Martens' Deficit - (5:21) 165 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Peter Van Hoesen and Yves De Mey's collaborative project doesn't adhere to any rules or conventions, so it's the ideal act to contribute to the Monad series. The release begins with "Isobaric 3", where a cacophony of whirrs and abstract noises, whirrs and ticks combine as the sound of the wind whisks through the background. "False Entities" follows a similar route, but is more hyperactive and fizzes and crackles with an impressive energy. Then there's the alternative view, "Directive". Clocking in at over 11 minutes, it moves from cricket-chirping percussion to widescreen atmospherics and acidic surges. The Belgian duo completes this exemplary release with "Martens' Deficit", the only dance floor friendly track, where swirling synths and tight broken beats collide.
Geotope
T2X 20
02 Apr 12
Experimental/Electronic
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Terminal Silver Box - (4:46)
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Following The Constant - (8:00)
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A Refusal To Celebrate A Statistical Probability - (4:12)
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Win Trepsit/Brief Delay - (6:56)
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Further Vexations - (5:40)
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EP 2012-4 - (4:43) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Geotope - (4:21)
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Emptiness Of Attention - (8:00)
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Review: Label owner Peter Van Hoesen and Yves De Mey's collaborative project finally reaches the album format. Geotope provides an outlet for both producers to give full vent to the abstract tendencies that make their techno releases so distinctive. This approach is audible on "Terminal Silver Box", where a droning bass and pitch-bent, glitchy percussion dominate, or on the grandly named " Refusal To Celebrate A Statistical Probability", which features the kind of rolling bass and washes of percussive interference that have won Van Hoesen's warehouse techno releases so much acclaim, minus the DJ-friendly beats. There are some nods towards the dance floor, particularly on the understated builds of "Following the Constant", but in the main this fascinating work focuses on the experimental.
System Policy
T2X 06
06 Apr 09
Techno
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System Policy - (8:06) 129 BPM
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Below K-Pun One - (5:59) 130 BPM
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System Policy (Peter Van Hoesen remix) - (5:53) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Sustaining The Chain
T2X 04
12 Jan 09
Techno
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Sustaining The Chain - (8:48) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Sustaining The Chain (Peter Van Hoesen remix) - (8:35) 126 BPM
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Ground & Figure
EMEGO 232
09 Dec 16
Experimental/Electronic
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002 Archiefkwestie - (10:19) 62 BPM
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Porter Swiss - (5:21) 69 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Apopads - (5:54) 71 BPM
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Perfect Boulevard Exclusive - (4:41) 74 BPM
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Liveable Beams - (5:03) 62 BPM
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Uit De Kluis 01 - (1:42) 61 BPM
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W180215Yves-PVH-R - (3:09) 58 BPM
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Model Unit - (5:21) 62 BPM
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Punctual Sleepy Soft Power - (3:26) 73 BPM
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003 Archiefkwestie - (5:49) 70 BPM
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Review: Peter Van Hoesen and Yves De May are easily two of the very best techno artists out there. Just to clarify, they are excellent at creating true techno music, not the sort that looks to the past; both producers have been pushing the boundaries since they got into the scene, and it's no wonder that they've been associated to labels like Sandwell District - now sadly defunct - Tresor, and Dekmantel. Here, they reappear on the excellent Editions Mego with Ground & Figure, an album that explores all corners of the term 'techno', from the more beat-centric to the utterly abstract, and drone-like. Tracks like "Porter Swiss" provide a minimal, almost skeletal strain of dance music, while others like "Perfect Boulevard Exclusive" are lean, stripped and devoid of anything dance-related. The important thing is that these two are conjuring their own sound, a dark and ritualistic aesthetic that provides the listener with something fresh, compelling and provocative. Sublime.
61 Center Returning
T2X 08
18 Dec 09
Techno
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Peter Van Hoesen - "Above 90" (Norman Nodge remix) - (5:35) 128 BPM
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Peter Van Hoesen - "Liss 01" (Pendle Coven remix) - (6:05) 126 BPM
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Samuli Kemppi - "Rymd" - (5:59) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Sendai - "Rottingbaugh" - (6:00) 126 BPM
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