repress , s.o.n.s is back with the last instalment of the -t.o.k.y.o- series. this time it is a double 12- called shin-okubo one night stand. this record is made to be played using a turntable at home, at your friend s birthday party or at your uncle s wedding. club use is possible too but no refund will be granted if you clear the floor. disclaimer: this record is not made to practice karaoke. this record is not made to replace the wheel of your bicycle, and using this record for this purpose can be harmful. no refund will be granted if the record or his owner is damaged this way
with this first ep, s.o.n.s pays homage to the early age of electronic dance music, when techno, house and trance were friendly to each other, when tracks were full of deepness and harmonics, when drums were crazy and raw, when techno was soulful. yeah, this is all about this ep, some soulful deep techno excursions. while the a1 is an after-hours emotional weapon freely inspired by an obscure m. goddard production some will recognize, the a2 is a more straight forward electro track with dark vocals and rising chords, as they made it in detroit back in the days. on the other side of the record is a techno journey through a rainforest with pan flute, deep chords and old school bassline. plus there is a little bonus locked groove: a mere 4/4 tr909 bass drum s.o.n.s personally uses in their crazy obscure techno mixes. turquoise vinyl + foil sticker on cover, limited to 200 copies. mastered by matt colton (l.i.e.s, apronů)
sombrero galaxy (also known as messier object 104, m104 or ngc 4594) is an unbarred spiral galaxy in the constellation virgo located 31 million light-years (9.5 mpc)2 from earth. the galaxy has a diameter of approximately 50.000 light-years, 30% the size of the milky way. it has a bright nucleus, an unusually large central bulge, and a prominent dust lane in its inclined disk. the dark dust lane and the bulge give this galaxy the appearance of a sombrero. astronomers initially thought that the halo was small and light, indicative of a spiral galaxy, but spitzer found that the halo around the sombrero galaxy is larger and more massive than previously thought, indicative of a giant elliptical galaxy.3 the galaxy has an apparent magnitude of +9.0, making it easily visible with amateur telescopes, and it is considered by some authors to be the brightest galaxy within a radius of 10 megaparsecs of the milky way. its large bulge, its central supermassive black hole, and its dust lane all attract the attention of professional astronomers.