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Tiptop Audio Presents Various Artists 001

Tiptop Audio

Cat: TTAVA 001
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Genre: Techno
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ALAC
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TITLE
LENGTH
BPM
06:41
126
05:09
83
06:30
126
06:08
128
07:31
126
05:29
124
04:05
154
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Review

Tiptop Audio started life as a manufacturer of modular instruments. Here, they launch an offshoot record label with an all-star collection of all-modular recordings. Largely focused on techno, as you'd expect, there are stellar contributions from Christian Burkhardt (the floor-friendly low-end bounce of "Gin Tronic"), Surgeon (the surprisingly melodious, intelligent techno inspired "Techno Blush"), Blawan ("Meg", a typically dense and sludgy affair), Kink and Richard Devine, whose "CR Hex Mutant" sounds like Aphex Twin having an epileptic fit. Best of all, though, is Joao Ceser's "Fifth Dimension", which drags classic Detroit futurism kicking and screaming into the 21st century.

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Paul Mac, Borgie, Heidi
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