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Het Sonisch Besluit
RAM-X- 02
10 Jul 15
Techno
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Malfunktion - (8:28) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Hassle - (7:40) 120 BPM
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D-Wave Two 1
RAM-X- 01
10 Jul 15
Techno
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RM - (7:20) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Droids - (4:53) 129 BPM
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Untitled Yet - (6:36) 118 BPM
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Reaility Is Here - (6:14) 123 BPM
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Played by: Paul Mac, ROTCIV, DIONIGI
Wasteland - Chapter II/Chasm Of Chills
RAMX 04
04 Jul 16
Techno
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Black Endlessness - (8:31) 123 BPM
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Pusher - (5:05) 128 BPM
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A Drone Killed My Bunny - (5:57) 118 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: The follow up to last year's first chapter sees Niels Luinenberg again effortlessly blur the boundaries between classic electro and techno. The brilliant, aptly named "Black Endlessness" sees him fuse dark bass tones and rolling 808s with some searing Detroit techno melodies. However, the Dutch producer keeps the balance towards electro thanks to the introduction of some ponderous vocals. "Pusher" is a gritty, stepping track, littered with mad bleeps and anchored by tight claps. The pendulum swings fully towards techno on "a drone killed my bunny;" kettle drums support dense tonal bleeps and the kind of swampy rhythm that Gesloten Cirkel is known for. It's another perfectly balanced release.
Wasteland - Chapter III/Cave Of Descendants
RAMX 05
11 Jul 16
Techno
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Phantom - (8:09) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Bunker - (6:17) 124 BPM
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Mutant Society - (6:58) 117 BPM
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Review: Niels Luinenberg reaches the third chapter of his Wasteland series with more fresh interpretations on techno and electro. The release starts with "Phantom", which as its title suggests, follows a path that knocks on the doors of the netherworld. From its slow-motion start, supernatural sounds swirl in from the ether, joined by heavy claps. Eventually, it settles into a pulsing electronic groove. Is "Bunker" inspired by the label of the same name? It's hard to say, but certainly its mixture of acid and synth discordance will appeal to fans of the Dutch imprint. As a parting salvo, Luinenberg drops "Mutant Society", where evil synth sounds map out a trip through the netherworld.
Wasteland - Chapter IV/Lifewater Oasis
RAMX 06
18 Jul 16
Techno
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Korath System - (7:49) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Lost In A Dream - (5:53) 124 BPM
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The Last Game - (9:15) 116 BPM
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Review: Subtitled Lifewater Oasis, the name of the latest release in Delta Funktionen's series could be mis-construed as a paean to Drexciya. However, as soon as the grimy, acid soaked riffs and robotic drums of "Korath System" hover into earshot, it is clear that yet again, the Dutch producer has gone his own way. "Lost in a Dream" is the most impressive track on the release; with its ghostly harpsichord unraveling over tight claps and featuring a surging bass and eerie synths it maps out an individualistic alternative for Detroit techno. The only real hint at Drexciya's legacy comes on the closing track, "The Last Game", where ghostly synths light up a buzzing bass, but the groove is far more linear than the Detroit duo would ever have conjured up.
Wasteland
RAM-X-CD- 01
25 Jul 16
Techno
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Wasteland - (7:09) 120 BPM
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Hurt Me - (7:26) 122 BPM
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Tab - (5:13) 126 BPM
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Black Endlessness - (8:31) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Pusher - (5:05) 128 BPM
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A Drone Killed My Bunny - (5:57) 118 BPM
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Phantom - (8:09) 125 BPM
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Bunker - (6:17) 124 BPM
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Mutant Society - (6:58) 117 BPM
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Lost In A Dream - (5:53) 124 BPM
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The Last Game - (9:15) 116 BPM
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Review: Niels Luinenburg's Delta Funktionen project has always been sharply focused on the sci-fi end of techno, with 2012 debut album Traces sounding like a long-lost, Drexciya-era Detroit classic. On this follow-up, he's gone further, with the accompanying press release suggesting that the album's title refers to a mythical planet inhabited by a race of mutant outcasts. The accompanying music - a mix of vintage Motor City techno and electro influences, with added Chicagoan acid lines, Kraftwerkian vocoder vocals and occasional nods to Italo and proto-house - certainly fits the concept. It makes for a hugely enjoyable listen, and should appeal to more than just sci-fi daydreamers and UFO conspiracy theorists.
Wasteland - Chapter I/Goodbye, Galaxy!
RAMX 03
27 Jun 16
Minimal/Tech House
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Wasteland - (7:09) 120 BPM
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Hurt Me - (7:26) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Tab - (5:13) 126 BPM
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Junior High School Excursion To The Parallel World
RAM-X 10
27 Jun 17
Techno
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ScitiloP - (6:49) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Welcome To Our Timezone - (5:16) 128 BPM
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Torpedo - (5:59) 122 BPM
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Warp Drive - (6:20) 130 BPM
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Frison - (6:12) 120 BPM
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Sting Operation - (6:24) 128 BPM
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The Classified Sector - (6:59) 128 BPM
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Hyena - (6:31) 128 BPM
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Review: Following a near two-year hiatus, Delta Funktionen resurfaces in order to invite us on his Junior High School Excursion To The Parallel World. While the title evokes images of bad 1980s teen movies, musically the Dutch producer has delivered a double-pack full of what we would describe as "proper" techno and electro. That means thrusting rhythms, bold and restless basslines, intergalactic electronics and melodies that sound like they've been beamed down from, well, a parallel world. There's naturally plenty of subtle variation - compare and contrast, for example, the booming rhythmic intensity and creepy melodies of "Torpedo" and the winding late night acid trip that is "Stingoperation" - but Delta Funktionen keeps his eyes firmly fixed on the dancefloor throughout.
Remnants Of A Technologically Advanced Society
RAMX 09
13 Jun 17
Techno
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Probe 2187 - (9:29) 120 BPM
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Lost Signals - (1:24) 118 BPM
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Markarian 335 - (6:05) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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As The Orbit Fails - (6:23) 126 BPM
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Fairplex Drive EP
RAMX 11
04 Jan 18
Electro
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Fairplex Drive - (6:29) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Gamma Gulch - (5:22) 124 BPM
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Starlight Mesa - (7:21) 125 BPM
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Ruby - (6:46) 130 BPM
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Earth Disorders Part 1
RAMX 08
08 Aug 16
Techno
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Dark Desire - (7:21) 120 BPM
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Love Fantasy - (4:30) 124 BPM
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No Time - (8:19) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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B76 Over Land
RAMX 07
01 Aug 16
Techno
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Intro - (0:29) 159 BPM
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B76 Over Land - (6:42) 120 BPM
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Vex - (4:36) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Vapor - (5:42) 121 BPM
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Trigger - (4:24) 124 BPM
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Din - (2:51) 129 BPM
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Played by: N-TER
Review: Earlier in 2015, Samuel Van Dijk once again donned the VC-118A guise to deliver arguably his strongest release to date, Propulse on Tabernacle Records. Happily, B76 Over Land maintains a similar standard, with Van Dijk serving up a pleasingly cold batch of machine jams. Highlights include the fuzzy, cowbell-heavy Rotterdam electro of "Vapor", the skittering techno drone of "Vex", and the frankly wayward, dark ambience of closer "Din". That said, we're also fans of the superb title track, which expertly combines fluid, watery melodies and drifting chords with clattering, mechanical percussion.
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