canadian electro mainstay lowfish, lets loose a preview of his forthcoming >hypersensitivity< full-length. lowfish is gregory de rocher, and barring last years >memories…< album, a compilation of vintage archive recordings, this double-a-side 7 inch is actually the first new lowfish release since 2008. while his last 2 albums could best be described as serene and clinical, electro at its most austere, lowfishs return to suction records, the label he co-runs with solvent, also marks a return to a more melancholic electropop sound.
taken from the tribute to robert moog album. an amazing track from bangkok impact (probably our favorite on the album). great building disco track in the vein of lindstrom. plus a rocking uptempo pieve by lowfish (cocoon/ghostly). plus a massive uptempo model 500 kind of techno/electro track by luke eargoggle. three great tunes on one piece of vinyl! must!
all day i dream returns for another summer sampler with seasonal tunes from the likes of jonas rathsman, sébastien léger, volen sentir, leo grünnbaum, yokoo, and more. wonderous pads, delicate percussion, and soft voicings cohesively blend the 9-track compilation into a spectacle of aural bliss, weaving between dancefloor friendly and the more sonically relaxing tracks under adid’s signature modus operandi...
analogical force drops the third and last part in the voiceless series taking no prisoners. for this ep af mastermind pervert has teamed up with incendiary friends to deliver a must for the collectors of the label. heavy line up that includes the hamburgs well respected helena hauff, zurichs acid lover cco (50% of savage grounds), the legendary uk techno imprint b12, canadas suction records co-funder lowfish and utrecht based endfest. stunning 5-track record with loads of acid-drenched techno, super wide basslines, melancholic pads, slamming 808s...enough to fill brains as well as floors. this release is dedicated to rhys celeste. limited and handnumbered.
REMIXES BY STIMMING, LAKE PEOPLE , KIM BROWN, NOCOW , MONOKLE, ALMUNIA, DAVE DK (2X12 LP + MP3)
2x12" Vinyl lp D18.06.13
we are excited to present the remixes of the amazing album behaving like a widower by producer holger zilske and swedish singer-songwriter august landelius. the album was released on our label in 2011 and was nominated for the award deutscher radiopreis in the same year. behaving like a widower is so good, it actually wouldnt require any remixes. nonetheless, our friends went down to work with great care and passion for detail. monokle, nocow, almunia, kim brown, stimming, dave dk, irrelevant and lake people have contributed to this double vinyl. its up to you to choose whom you prefer! vinyl tastes better
its impossible to describe without metaphors what happens when listening to the debut album >behaving like a widower< by yoko duo. holger zilske and august landelius draw bright paintings withcool colors, framed by a mosaic ofdelicate glitches. this music comeswithout any irony or cynicism. thisalbum guarantees a prominentplace in the gallery of soulful legacyof the electronica genre for the yoko duo. vinyl tastes better.
2015 repress, after the re-release of drexciya s “neptune s lair” and transllusion s “the opening of the cerebral gate”, “harnessed the storm” is the third album in tresor records great drexciya reissue program. originally released in 2002, “harnessed the storm” was conceived as the opening chapter of the legendary seven storms – a series of seven albums created within a single year and released via several labels under different names. “harnessed the storm” was the sole one in the series credited under the main drexciya project.
the 6-panel digipak cd version features all the songs from the collection, plus two cd only tracks by hong kong counterfeit and memory boy. feat. adult., dmx krew, ectomorph, i-f, solvent, daniel wang, susumu yokota
electronic music would never have become what it is today,if it wasnt for bob moog.his lifelong incestuous love affair with the synthesizer has influenced so many people around the world and inspired countless musicians in so many ways.it was therefore a natural choice to dedicate this tribute album to him.it also make sense make this cd a benefit for the dystopia project,which in many ways immortalizes robert moogs lifelong work and dreams.in 2005 he died in the age of 71.