pavel milyakov continues his rassvet records imprint with second release representing a soundtrack for gosha rubchinskiy a/w 18 show which took place in st petersburg in an old soviet palace of culture, one of the first spots for 90s russia illegal raves. this soundscapes explore and reflect atmosphere of russian rave revolution, using trance loops and chords, deconstructed and arranged the same fresh way as rubchinskiy s collection does. b-side is featured with dancefloor banger and a bonus locked-groove.
geophone returns with a four track various artists ep curated by the label boss mike parker. the a side begins with new artist eastern renaissance, who delivers a melodic and acidic dreamscape in classic form. mike parker continues this science fictional atmosphere with his contribution, *night of 21 hours* with whirling analogue sequences that remind us of flying saucers and outer space. the b side moves in a harder direction with echologists buzzing and bleeping syncopations backed with heavy drum programming. the always surprising stanislav tolkachev concludes the ep with a track that pushes the boundaries, reflecting his unique interpretation of techno music.