hieroglyphic being has materialized with the limited & stamped a synthetic love life vol 1 created a decade ago to cassette & sonically presented to higher plane listeners. volume 1 of 9 for mathematics plus
supported by: addison groove, avalon emerson, ben ufo, charlotte de witte, dj sprinkles, damian lazarus, dark sky, erol alkan, etapp kyle, frits wentink, george fitzgerald, leftfield, maceo plex, marcel dettmann, marcel fengler, nemone, sasse, skream, tensnake, tom trago, whitesquare
after 3 sell out releases downfall recordings are back with the corroded circuits ep 4 jackin analogue driven machine that rock the dancefloor with squelch from the 303s and beats to make you move this time as well as residents consequence and the auditor they also bring tracks by mantra and a new artist from finland happopumppu with his 1st vinyl release real acid house for the dancefloor
following up on his contribution to the first five years of tears compilation, randstad steps up to the bill and delivers his first solo release for pinkman records. 6 tracks ranging from twisted industrialized beat trax to brain melting weirdo dance. a great cross-over record for adventurous djs and fans of the cold, minimal diy sound of the 80s alike.
for the 4th emission in the sonar base transmissions series, deeptrax records turns back to the 2005 release on the now defunct uk label scsi av. like all older sonar base releases, the original vinyl issue of transmissions from beyond hoag s object is highly sought after, with matching high prices for a decent copy. next to that, the original version had a few flaws: the labels had been flipped, and the mastering wasn t up to the current standards. the tracklisting remained the same, only the sequence of the 6 tracks has slightly changed. those familair with the other sonar base releases know what to expect: pitch-dark, well crafted electro from outer space, some with a hint of melancholy. pressed at their own pressing plant deepgrooves on an 180gr heavy weight pressing.