Steve Parker with a powerful functional techno tools offering on Planet Rhythms.
Five acid bangers of unknown source coming from the Planet Rhythm basecamp.
Four seminal Yan Cook tracks on the newest Planet Rhythm Black release.
Albert Salvatierra debuts on Planet Rhythm with a trippy and versatile 4-tracker.
Four acid bangers of unknown source coming from the Planet Rhythm basecamp.
Yan Cook returns to Planet Rhythm with 4 tracks, technoid rhythms at it’s finest.
Hard and trippy warehouse techno by Linear System for Planet Rhythm.
Gnarly acid techno from coming from the Planet Rhythm basecamp.
The 7th edition of Planet Rhythm’s 303 series compiles 4 highly functional acid cuts by 4 different anonymous artists.
To ‘repeat’ is to do something again. That’s exactly what happened on this record. A well known, yet anonymous artist from Rotterdam delivers yet again four raw and repetitive techno cuts.
Steve Parker’ continues to raise awareness off what he can do in the scene. This ”Interplanetary Dust LP” is another example of what he is capable of. A 2×12” containing 8 powerful tracks that fits right into the resume of our widely ranged techno collection.
Planet Rhythm teams up with Rotterdam techno operation TH Tar Hallow and releases a collection of tracks by artists that have frequently appeared on the cult label. Deep down westcoast electronics by respected artists such as Klankman, Charlton, labelboss Thanos Hana and Rhyw. Klankman opens up this 4-track VA with the ominous ”Can Not Use that Command On Overlapping Selections”. Berlin based Rotterdammer ”Charlon” follows up with the heavy arps and outgoing drums of ”Profiler”. Thanos Hana opens up the B side with the tough techno cut ”The Injury Pattern” and berlin based ”Rhyw” closes down the varied slice of vinyl with the moving ”MKFBTB”.
Marla Singer debuts on Planet Rhythm Black Series with a hypnotic, yet powerful, four tracker.
It’s been a while since Planet Rhythm released an entire LP project. Who else to thread into album territories than Ukranian Planet Rhythm stalwart ”Yan Cook”. After releasing various efforts through the Rotterdam based imprint over the last few years, Yan Cook comes up with a double LP consisting of 2 discs with 2 tracks on each side. Whilst shifting between various sides of the Yan Cook identity the XX LP proves to be an effective and bulding package over mechanic Techno sounds with strong builds and exciting taints of FX.
For the 5th installment in the Planet Rhythm White series, Spanish hardware icon ”Eduardo De La Calle” returns to Planet Rhythm with his ”Adept to the light EP”. ”TR3B Conspiracy” serves as the opener which combines odd rhythmic arps and subtly placed drum sequences to make a somewhat uncanny atmosphere. On the B side we find ”Ranchor Will Cut The Mood” which is a repetitive techno cut that should be useful for after hours. The Doubt Of The Unknown (B2) has a somewhat foreboding title. It’s a FX heavy synth jam that uses oddball synthesis and nicely placed FX chains that evolve throughout.
Another solid VA on the Planet Rhythm imprint. Usual suspect ‘Yan Cook’ opens up with the sturdy techno-cut ”Canyon”. Steve Parker delivers some hypnotic acid business. Boys of the moment TWR72 come up with an intrusive bit of strongarm Techno. Alderaan closes down this EP with his arp anthem Xem.
Proper techno tools by this Dutch producer-duo. Known for their signature solid techno tool sound, they’ve delivered a strong four tracker release with Trigeminus EP.
Already featuring on two earlier Planet Rhythm samplers and on the digital imprint, it was just a matter of time for his 12″ solo-debut to come; Von Grall presents his “No Contact EP” on the Planet Rhythm Black imprint.
The fifth installment of the Planet Rhythm Black series includes 3 buldging techno bits Giorgio Gigli and Ness. Leaning towards the more sinister side of techno this record contains everything from off beat rhythms to sinister early morning themes.
New chapter in the Planet Rhythm Black series. Amazing 4 tracker featuring Samuli Kemppi, Yan Cook, Re:Axis and Von Grall.