Artists & Title: V/A – Planetary Resources Vol. 1
Myles Sergé’s SPACE imprint is back with it’s 5th and 6th release “V/A Planetary Resources”. The 2 volume vinyl compilation highlights some of the best techno producers on the planet. Vol. 1 features music from AUBREY (Dot Records), Mattia Trani (Pushmaster Disc), Myles Sergé (Säure Music Group), and D’Funk (Elektek Recordings).
SPC06: V/A – Planetary Resources Vol. 2, featuring music from D Knox, Patrick Gil, Steevio, and Max_M will be coming shortly after.
Mastered by D’Funk – email@example.com
Label design by PHREK at Etherimage – www.etherimage.com
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Artists & Title: DE DORMITOR 002
Date: Oct. 2012
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1. Drt / Pshrmn – Magnetic Dub
2. Drt / Pshrmn – Si Mai Pur
3. Ovidiu Andrei – Concret
4. Ovidiu Andrei – Space In Time
Magnetic Dub is a club-oriented sound scape inspired from the northern lights. Si Mai Pur is influenced by Steve O’Sullivan’s early work for the Bluetrain/Blue Spirit labels. The track is defined by the contrast between the wide, spaced-out ambiance and the raw, hard-hitting drums. Concret gives way to it’s catchy bass guitar loop that slowly changes throughout the track. Space In Time presents itself as a deep, percussion-based journey through the universe.
Tommy Vicari Jnr – Looom
Label: Space Records
Artists: Tommy Vicari Jnr
Format: 12″ Vinyl
Released: Oct 2012
1. Tommy Vicari Jnr – Looom
2. Tommy Vicari Jnr – Portexeh
3. Tommy Vicari Jnr – Glap
4. Tommy Vicari Jnr – Noturn
VINYL ONLY! Strong Limited. Pure underground falvoured detroit techno – electro weapons by Tommy Vicari Jnr.
Myles Serge – Nightwerks
Format: 12″ Vinyl, Limited
Released: 7 Jul 2012
Having made a more sizable leap to vinyl releases in the last couple of years, Myles Serge is spreading his wings from his 6one6 and Re(Form) labels to share his unique take on reduced techno. This release gets headed up by a Quantec remix first and foremost though, and what a remix it is. “Edurne’s Eyes” gets a suitably dubby treatment as you might expect, but there a strong pulse not normally associated with dub techno, not least once the snapping hats come in. Myles’ own “The Sort” is a strong slice of minimal techno with a Basic Channel kind of filtered ambience running through it. “Distance Cries” is an altogether jazzier affair, swinging heavily and replacing prominent beats with morsels of sound in an avant-garde funk.