on this third volume, substance (chain reactions peter kuschnereit) give his interpretation of realm 02 while dr. frankufen akenstein (aka akufen) does his molecular reconstitution , a demential arrangement of sounds taken from the whole album.
repress !! robert hood makes minimal detroit techno with an emphasis on soul and experimentation over flash an d popularity. having recorded for metroplex as well as the austrian cheap label, the french label logistic and jeff mills axis label, hood also owns and operates the m- plant imprint, through which he s released the bulk of his solo material. today logistic decides to repress the “apartment zero ep” as it’s one of the best of robert hood’s typical unique techno style full of jazz and soul flavour
losoul is back on logistic with 2 long and strong dancefloor tracks! this ep follows the line of the acclaimed dogma & calma ep released in 2010. sawce on the a side has a jackin chicago feeling with powerful pads that goes on the entire track – an old school flavour that the early 90s techno fans might particularly enjoy. constellar on the b side is a beauty! a futuristic and sophisticated techno piece with slow minded groove. this track will take you to unknown places - a fantastic journey to be listened loud so get on board and enjoy the ride
after a couple of remixes made for the labels around 2002 losoul finally delivers his first single ep and we are very proud about it! those tracks feel like losoul really made one special for logistic! a sweet record greatly representing the music we have always loved to release. in between house and techno (losoul style… groove but freak!) this 2 tracks ep has a strong and particular energy perfectly designed for dance floors. a precise production work on both >dogma< and >calma< give cool sensation on large sound system. enjoy!
logistic is proud to welcome the long active techno producers from uk : lee renacre and james chapman aka 100hz. they are responsible of some great house/techno records back in early 90s mainly released on optimism records and on their own label format records. 100hz has a rich musical universe with strong influences from the early american techno scene. production made out of analogic elements gives a strong atmosphere to their music. the harlot ep on logistic is about techno music at its best! liquid 101 (b side) is the analogue heaven, a deep space adventure, incredibly groovy loops reminds us some of robert hood...
rip, rig & paniq is the second chapter of a 4 singles serie introducing a more groovy aspect of radiq s music. tracks produced in the spirit of his >graffiti & rude boy 67< album but thought for the dancefloor this time. the 4 tracks on this ep present the highest quality production full of jazz and funk influences. rip, rig & paniq is all about radiq s subtility to mix electronic and acoustic sound
>suicide< is the third of the four ep series representing the more groovy side of radiqs music after >quadrille< (log 048) and >rip, rig & paniq< (log 051). with this ep radiq offers 2 wealth and extremely dominate tracks
for its 1st collaboration with jeff samuel, logistic decided to re-issue the fantastic track 'bae' initiallyreleased on tektite and 'maru' originally released on deep night essentials gathered with 2 greatunreleased tracks from 2000. his records are played by a diverse range of the world's mosttalented djs including: richie hawtin, sven väth, ricardo villalobos, francois k, akufen, claude young...
more intimate than recent swayzak productions, carthage milk takes us back to the style of snowboarding in argentina, the album that first charmed us with its pure and rolling sound. with a touch of house and a deep ambience, james taylor gives us a more personal sound. the beautifully produced techno, seasoned gently with dub, gives this album an unforgettable synthetic warmth.