VA – Limits Of Existence Vol.1 [FEXELVN001]

Falling Ethics starts a new Various Artists series: Falling Ethics Eleven , with an open approach ranging from Ambient experimental to proper techno adventures. First volume features music from Steve Bicknell, Reeko, P.E.A.R.L. Three pieces aimed directly for the adventurous dj’s out there, no jokes, no easyness, just techno essence.

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VA – Limits Of Existence Vol.1 [FEXELVN001]

Fabrizio Lapiana – Isabel [ATTIC007]

Isabel, the first of a new Attic series dedicated to hurricanes, is the latest EP signed by Fabrizio Lapiana on his own label and including remixes from Reeko and Max_M. Lapiana delivers two tracks with mighty and warm bassdrum, hihats and evolving percussions everywhere focused on diffuse electric click and vivid minimalism. The Pole Group artist shapes “Dfract” into a more bodily and harder structure while the M_Rec boss takes the same track and makes its own atmospheric and ultra-rhythmic style.

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Fabrizio Lapiana – Isabel [ATTIC007]

Reeko / Architectural – The Blue Album [POLEGROUP018]

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The Blue Album is Spanish producer Juan Rico’s new album. He is the mind behind Reeko and Architectural, two projects that on this occasion melt into one offering a wide perspective of the nuances of his sounds. Here you can find all the aspects of techno sound, from ambient landscapes, to dubby and liquid textures or pulsating abstract techno exercises. “Blue” starts the trip with dubbed echoes, floating textures and fat spaced out chords: the best way to switch on the ignition and prepare for the upcoming sonic voyage.

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Reeko / Architectural – The Blue Album [POLEGROUP018]

VA – Charged Particles [TSU019]

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Spherical Coordinates is the new project by Oscar Mulero and Christian Wunsch. “They join software and hardware to explore the deeper side of techno, heavily inspired by space and futurism, focusing on liquid textures, harmonic sequences and classic drum machine sounds, yet preserving the danceable feeling.”Mike Parker and Reeko on a deep tip on the B-side.

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VA – Charged Particles [TSU019]

Exium / Reeko – Enemies of the Indestructible EP [POLEGROUP014]

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Pole Group presents a back to back venture between Exium and Reeko. The A side is the duo’s territory. ‘DragN’ starts with a sharp beat that soon becomes infected by synthesized drones moving through the stereo and bell like sounds with hypnotic sequencing. This track means a departure from the classic Exium sound, where lower tempos and less aggressive sounds take control. The second track, ‘Zero Summing’, dives into broken rhythms and deeper atmospheres, with drones and white noise sweeps that fight all over the arrangement to create a claustrophobic feel.On the B side, Reeko provides ‘Electrical Phenomena’. Analogue drums start the affair till the 808 sub kick appears, moving to the lower frequencies. Clear and precise hats help moving the groove and high frequency sweeps, whilst resonant textures take over the arrangement from minute 2 onwards.  ‘Emission of Electrons of a Surface’ closes the release. Dark and deep drums ascleverly programmed as ever, running on an infinite loop salted with bleeps and microtextures that lay under the ominous rhythm.

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Exium / Reeko – Enemies of the Indestructible EP [POLEGROUP014]