Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: acid, acidicted, automatik-datamatik, fatjack, house, techno
Acidicted jacks back with Fatjack ‘spure TB-303 tweakin acid anthem on a special black-labled-dj-edition with additional TR-707 bonus pattern.
Upcoming release from Todd Osborn on Jared Wilson’s 7777 label. The A-Side track 303 explores some dark acid territory, while the B-Side 909 is a melodic house track in Osborn’s signature style. Like previous 7777 releases, we do not expect these to last long.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: abstract acid, abstract forms, acid, album, electro, the exaltics
The Exaltics have been rippin’-up the acid vibes for some time now, gathering momentum from the efforts and hard work of imprints such as Solar One Music, Transient Force, Last Known Trajectory, Bunker and Panzerkreuz and of course more recently Crème Organization, Trust and our friends at Abstract Acid. As such, the time has come for a full-length acid project, entitled ‘Das Heise Experiment’ which originates from The Exaltics’ desire to take things a notch deeper, while pushing the acid a step into more menacing and quite devilish territory. For those that appreciate such dastardly dark styles, well, you will not be disappointed with this album. Coarse acid coupled with sublime soundscapes and ubiquitously haunting melodies make for the perfect combination.
Filed under: 100.Sessions | Tags: acid, boiler room tv, chicago, live act, marquis cooper, svengalisghost
Filed under: 100.Sessions | Tags: acid, chicago, jakbeat, melvin oliphant III, nation, night flight, ot301, planet 301, prince, traxx
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: acid, i75 southbound, lost trax, tabernacle records
Lost Trax resurface with some engrossing, high-grade electronics on Tabernacle Records.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: absurd recordings, acid, acid test, pepe bradock
Acid Test’s first release of 2013 features two acid tracks from the French professor Pepe Bradock (his first release outside of his own Atavisme imprint in 10 years). Lifting Weights / Mujeres Nerviosas Recorded in LA, assembled in Paris.
Filed under: 100.Sessions | Tags: acid, boiler room tv, chicago, hieroglyphic being, house, jamal moss, techno
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: acid, house, mental model, mental trax, techno
The Emotiv Rational Machine is in full effect and gives the unnecessary things no attention and focusing only on its own distinct goal, which is to make you dance. No fancy melody, which are distracting you from being one with the bass and the 4 to the floor. No distraction from overloaded ego spilled arrangements. Ganser Syndrom; A 808 and a handfull fx with a growling synth that sees no high frequencies, maybe a little bit here and there. Vitamin B12; We give you a boost! Your brain won’t be disappointed with fantasizing on what to do next on the floor. Prodromal; It’s a 909 groove and that’s it! It’s a conclusion of many circumstances that many love that sound of this machine. Obession; It’s an obession to go out at the weekend and move like freak on the floor in your favorite club
MNTL TRX first release by Mental Model comes on strictly limited handstamped vinyl. Track 1: Delta Waves. We push you into the Delta Conscious State while grooving! Shivering Jupiter pads and a perfect slowly rising squelching 303 pattern riding together on the 909. Kick by kick it’s pushing you into the state where magic happends. Track 2: Soul Algorithm. An eleven minutes afterhouer pusher straight recorded from our machines. A perfect tool to decelerate the floor and to push the limits. Track 3: Remission. A swarming repetitive pure acid groove. A wired tool wich we juiced out of our gear just for you. Perfect for abuse on your decks. The remission sets in any moment you want it to. Track 4: Hyperthym. The Tr-909 meets Re-502 missusage garnished with a endless 303 bassline.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: acid, album, ambient, audiomer music, egisto sopor, electronica, experimental, polysick
These last few years Rome based producer Egisto Sopor has been turning heads with a steady stream of most excellent releases. A cdr on Legowelt’s Strange Life Records, a tape on 100 % Silk, a double LP on Planet Mu and an evergrowing series of jams that are put on soundcloud or on his youtube channel. All of which offer atmospheric acid tinged techno laced with idiosyncratic touches. He has thus developed quite a cult following among lovers of lo fi electronic music who eagerly await his next grainy video, that feel like lost transmissions from an early nineties MTV broadcast. Polysick doesn’t get out much and keeps a low profile which adds to his rather enigmatic standing.With his new LP ‘Daydream’, Egisto has created the perfect soundtrack to a midnight trip through darkened cityscapes. Starting out like a confused jam session it slowly takes off and twists into uncanny shapes conjuring up images of a futuristic nightlife that plays out under neon lights, with a feeling of dread constantly lurking in the shadows. This is techno that tells a tale; a storyboard that comes pushing through in muffled flashes. A chase scene through deserted back alleys, executed while hunter and prey are both in a half-awake state, stuck in an infinite loop. And when the ambient synth twirls unravel and a 4/4 pulse kicks in and tears through the dreamy state of conciousness, it never signals a reassuring release of tension. You might dance to it, but not without anxiously looking over your shoulder.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: acid, dub techno, mystica tribe, sd records, syncom data records
First of two new bassheavy techno-ish dub EP’s by Mystica Tribe. Four tracks of excellent electronic dub with heavy techno and acid influences. Although only his second release after his debut in 2011 with ”Meditation Stick” the Japanese Mystica Tribe already delivers a powerful trademark sound: loose, shuffling beats, layered with heavy basses, tribal percussion and trippy elements, like the dark acid tale on titletrack ”Flowers” and the classic melodica stabs on ”Fractale” and ”Moon & Stone”. Tokyo Dub at it’s best.
Fierce techno and acid on this 4 Tracker EP by X-501 for Krill Music. The EP comes with a Bleak rework.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: acid, dungeon acid, huhta home studio, jean-loius huhta, techno
Huhta Home Stereo returns with their next release – this time from label owner Jean-Louis Huhta’s Dungeon Acid alias. Two extended tracks of hypnotic live acid sessions that are deep, dark and dirty- just how we like it! Also includes a locked groove Dungeon Beat for the creative DJ’s.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: acid, dmx krew, electro, house, legowelt, mock & toof, tiny sticks
‘Walking The Streets’ is the second single to be taken from Mock & Toof’s latest acclaimed album ‘Temporary Happiness’. This remix 12″ offers a return to the dancefloor sound that M&T started out with and features the vocals of album collaborator Ghostape. Dutch synth wizard Legowelt twists the track into a 90s breakbeat rave mover with a squelchy acid gurgle to move things along. Rephlex’s DMX Krew takes on the B-side, dropping killer analogue acid house vibes along the way.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: acid, album, central processing unit, detroit, electro, fah, robin de bekker, synthwave, techno
Holland’s FAH (aka Robin de Bekker) presents his album of braindance influenced electro Fahzers Set To Earth. Tight, punchy electrobass riddims, operating on the cusp of Rephlexian electro a la DMX Krew and Drexciyan aqua-funk, Fah cycles from the skating 808 patterns of ‘Not Enough Fahzers’ to the whirring syncopations and jazz chords of ‘Casting The Rod’ on the front, while paying tribute to James Stinson on the flipside’s woozy ‘Glowism’ and the skewed, angular hyperfunk programming of ‘Magnetic Freedom’.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: acid, detroit, electro, jodey kendrick, rephlex
Rephlex hooked up with Jodey Kendrick. One might say it’s very Drexciyan or Aphexy music, but that’s because it’s rooted in Rephlex’s favourite genres of New York Disco, Chicago House and Detroit Techno, though with a certain mystery something special added. Careful use of microtuning and analogue tweaking, combined with a very British pastoral quality, Jodey provides us with something pleasurable and original to listen to every time. This album is the accompaniment to Jodey Kendrick’s other recent album, Plus Ten. Jodey has worked long hours for the last eight and a half years as a steel fabricator on some of London’s largest buildings but this hasn’t stopped him from amassing a library of hundreds of tunes, a reflection of his passion and drive for music, hence the Steel Erector album.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: acid, alien rain, milton bradley, techno
Milton Bradley’s Alien Rain project presents a master class in the kind of expertly sculpted acid techno that emerged in the mid 90s and here is the second release from the project.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: acid, acid house, album, cco, contra communem opinionem, lux rec
CCO played a stunning and completely live & analog set at Zukunft, in Zurich. Lux Rec asked him to reenact the set and record it once again, live. The result is an electronic music suite, filled with 808 and 707 beats, 303 acid lines and spatial sounds. It was magic to see CCO at work, as no computer was used in the process every pattern specs had to be written down on paper, and machines programmed on the run. Following the vinyl EP previously released on Lux Rec, which contained revised excerpts taken from same liveset, this CD includes the entire piece.
Filed under: 100.Sessions | Tags: acid, barbarbar, baz reznik, chicago house, podcast