Powerful Ep from Gesloten Cirkel. Comes with banging The Exaltics remix. Cult techno maverick Gesloten Circle sure knows how to rewire brains with his fizzing, caustic concoctions. This new one on Solar One Music is another case in point. Right from the off on ‘Halfman’ he is laying down jacked up drums, coruscated baselines and flashes of metallic synth that bristle with energy. ‘185’ is a twitchy, acid laced electro workout with robot vocals bring the cyborg funk and The Exaltics remix then hits harder and deeper on stiffer bass. There is still time for two more jams on the flip – the dystopian acid-electro of ‘Quiker’ and stark industrial electro of ‘Sequence Slip.’
MSRG is back on Solar One Music’s Between Places sub label. Four funky spaced out electro tunes in the likes of The Other People Place. The mood over here is really positive, which is really refreshing. Bassline programming, melodies and beats fit perfectly together and give that special amazing vibe.
The Exaltics invites Helena Hauff for a collaboration on Solar One Music. A1 starts with a short eerie intro and after that they come straight to the point with an UFO electro techno stomper with vocals from Helena. The flip side is floating around with alot of echoes and delays melodies and 303s, Helena’s beautiful voice and this special old school feeling.
We have four albums more on the electro side coming from DMX Krew, Men With Secrets (Donato Dozzy and Retina.it), Nullptr and The Exaltics & Heinrich Mueller, while on the industrial/EBM side we have albums by A Civil Terror, La luna sotto il ponte and LBEEZE and impressive works from Black Meteoric Star, Ian Martin and Trenton Chase.
On the synthier side of music we have four albums coming from Das Ding, Linea Aspera, Newclear Waves and Jake Schrock, while for the Detroit lovers we have two Detroit influenced album by The Beneficiaries (Jeff Mills, Eddie Fowlkes and Jessica Care Moore) and The Nightstalker (Dan Piu and Martin Akeret).
Closing the list are the debut album of disco-don Franz Scala on Slow Motion, Obergman‘s acid album on Furthur Electronix, Anthony Collins with his album on Lobster Theremin under the Grant alias and Shifted with his first album on Avian.
The list is compiled in chronological order.
Between Places presents part 1 of a 2 part series from the amazing Obergman. Fresh ‘n’ deep robotic Electro tracks. Well balanced record and for sure soon in every collection of every Electro Lover.
Four years after their almighty collaboration on “Project STS-31 (Hubble Telescope Series Vol.3)”, Solar One Music’s cofounder Robert Witschakowski and half of Dopplereffekt duo Gerald Donald return with another cosmic album of their instantly recognizable trademark. Featuring ten detailed and luminous cuts of beautifully crafted emotional music, with deep narrative over tough machine groove, the opus takes you on a moody trip across craggy soundscapes made of abrasive tones, crossing the red line between tight-strapped melodic waves, subaquatic underground electro, and intricate structures. Expect nothing but stripped down layers mixed with chunky synthetic bass lines and stellar melodies over pounding 808 drums on this future classic tinted with nostalgia. Built as a journey through unknown territories, much anticipating “Dimensional Shifting” oscillates between moments of bravery on the dancefloor and moody sequences, keeping intact the aesthetic signature of the Jena-based electro emissary and the legend from Detroit.
The first 2020 release on SolarOneMusic’s sublabel Between Places comes from Galaxy87 a duo from Italy. One half of them regular release his music under the CEM3340 moniker for Curtis Electronix. The other one is Nicola Loporchio aka Cosmic Garden, founder of Cosmic Rhythm. Perfectly produced deep space electro with bubbling 808 beats and basslines. Start your engine of your spacecraft and follow the message of Galaxy87.
Assembler Code & Jensen Interceptor a dynamic duo you’ll never get wrong when it comes to strong and forward thinking dancefloor music. The guys from Australia smash four tracks of strong hitting Electro with a heavy dose of Wave. The floor will be on fire.
Deep space electro by French producer Franck Kartell. Known for his releases on labels such as “Bass Agenda Recordings”, “Transient Force” or “New Flesh”, just to name a few. This time he makes his debut on Between Places the sublabel of SolarOneMusic. Enjoy his journey into dreamy electro and sience fiction worlds.
“Surfing on the crest of a whirlwind year, Animistic Beliefs are releasing their 8- track debut album Mindset:Reset on the inimitable SolarOneMusic. The duo has utilized their bespoke setup and expansive list of influences to create a contemporary electro record”.
The first “Between Places” release for 2019 comes from Nullptr with four strong Electro tracks they stand for themselves.
Second bite of the Rattleznake sub label from Solar One Music. This time from the young and fresh artist “Persona Non Grata” based in Stockholm. Beautiful relentless and brutal Techno from Sweden.
The “Between Places” Saga continues. This time with non other than powerman Jensen Interceptor. 5 tracks of icy electro which definitely burn down every dancefloor. Including a special collab with “Das Muster” from Germany.
Debut from the new fresh MSRG for SolarOneMusic’s Between Places sub label. The Russian guy shows off some of the finest tunes we heard recently. A release for every electro lover from here to the north pole
Deep space electro tracks on the Solar One Music sublabel Between Places. After his debut on several years Komarken Electronics comes back to the Solar One Music family. He started 2007 on Luke Eargoggle’s legendary Label Stilleben Records, in 2011 on SolarOneMusic and recently on Brokntoys and AC Records. Now he’s back with some fine spaced out nordic electro-techno tracks.
“Das Heise Experiment 2″ marks the 6th album of The Exaltics. Lovely presented on double 10” vinyl with full cover artwork from non other than the mighty Godspill, who also designed the pre release of this album with an amazing looking shape picture disc. To hold things special the guys from Solar One Music put a full comic with the story of “Das Heise Experiment” in each record. The music ranges from dark experimental techno, electro, ambient and soundtrackish nightmares which goes perfect with the story of the comic. Also Gerald Donald collaborates with The Exaltics for one track , which is one of the highlights of the album. This music is nothing for the club its much more, a complete story to feel. Turn your headphones on and dive into the world of aliens, scientists and distant gallaxies.
Solar One Music is happy to release the debut of this promising Rotterdam duo Animistic Beliefs on their sublabel “Between Places”. The EP comes with 5 heavy, tuneful and hypnotising electro tracks you definitely have to hear.
“Between Places” is the new sublabel from Solar One Music, because SOM set their focus more on Albums and all kinds of electronic music. The new “Between Places” Label will only have the focus on pure Electro Music from all different countries. First release comes from German Producer “Das Muster”. He is no stranger for die hard electro fans and also for all who like the old, cold and dark sound of Dopplereffekt.
The Exaltics are back with new transmissions from their universe in form of the second part of “Das Heise Experiment”. The first part from 2013 on Abstract Acid will see his follow up end of 2017 on 2xLP inclusive a Comic book about the story of the Heise Experiment. This amazing looking shape picture disc, developed with the dutch artist Godspill aka Mehdi Rouchiche, is “The Prequel” release and sees The Exaltics in assault mode. Side A brings a stomper in typical exaltics style with deep strings and a pumping bassline like an alien invasion which is on course to earth. Side B begins with a cryptic alien speech signal transmitted direct from the universe whilst the second track is a collaboration track with non other than Dopplereffekt’s Rudolf Klorzeiger. Both artists together create a timeless electro voyage with sharp snares and fast running basslines and combine their both styles perfectly together. Every record comes with a download code for the release itself and 3 exclusive bonus tracks. This release is strictly limited to 500 copies. The outer contour of the picture is also the contour of the record and makes this release to something really special and to a high collectable item.
“Solar One Music is proud to announce this special record. Andreas left us suddenly at June 20th in 2016 after long health problems. Around that time we finished with him “The Worst Of Gehm” release. He was so happy about this project!!! Even one week later we got the terrible message that he died. We put alot of love and effort in this project to give him his last big monument! Special thanks to all his friends and labels like Mathematics Recordings, Abstract Acid, Creme Organization, Psycho Thrill and of course Bunker. RIP in Andreas! We will never forget you!”