Daniel Avery ‎– Drone Logic

Phantasy Sound ‎– PHLP002, Because Music ‎– BEC5161627
2 × Vinyl, LP

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A1.1 Water Jump
Vocals – Rebekah Rah
A1.2 Free Floating 6:29
A1.3 Naive Response
Vocals – Kelly Lee Owens*
A2.1 Drone Logic
Vocals – Kelly Lee Owens*
A2.2 These Nights Never End 5:42
A2.3 Platform Zero 3:03
B1.1 Need Electric 6:10
B1.2 All I Need
Vocals – Scarlett Etienne
B1.3 Spring 27 1:41
B2.1 Simulrec 6:02
B2.2 New Energy (Live Through It)
Vocals – Scarlett Etienne
B2.3 Knowing We'll Be Here
Vocals – Kelly Lee Owens*Written-By – Kelly Lee Owens*, Mark Ralph

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PHLP002, BEC5161626 Daniel Avery Drone Logic(CD, Album) Phantasy Sound, Because Music PHLP002, BEC5161626 UK & France 2013 Sell This Version
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September 7, 2015
One of the worst album of the thousands I've ever heard. No real ideas but randomity, there's NO a single original movements, absolutely lacks of any tiny original sounds, sonic timbres. Nothing. All the elements are already heard many times already before during the last 20-30+ years. No rhytmic ideas, no melody. Very badly made even in it's rudimentary, mindless genre. Please try listen the early Depeche Mode, Kraftwerk and the classic ones and make music after then! Daniel Avery is highly UNrecommended!


August 14, 2015
Don't believe the hype...


August 4, 2015
Music is a vast forest and the masterpieces are the lakes, the towering trees or strange trees, the lovely eloquent flowers, the hidden caves, but a forest is also made up of ordinary trees, patches of grass, puddles, clinging vines, mushrooms and little wildflowers. In the Peak District lies a strand of grass near Rushup Edge where Drone Logic is written in phyllotaxis unseen by the eye.


February 11, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
I like this, but can't help but feel the kick drums are a bit insipid. I need more OOOMPH!


January 30, 2014
Enjoying this album alot, although it does feel quite derivative in places. Free Floating sounds like Positive Education by Slam to my ears and parts of Drone Logic remind me of Rez by Underworld. Still a great record though. 4.75 out of 5.


January 8, 2014

Truly amazing release that melds techno, acid and Nu-Gaze perfectly together for something fresh and familiar.


January 2, 2014
curious why this album hasn't exploded in numbers on discogs yet. best techno album of 2013.


October 18, 2013
This release is absolutely stunning! Taking bits of old classic styles and making them fresh and new. So happy to have this one in my arsenal, just about every track has something rich and original to offer. Will be looking forward to more from this guy in the future for sure! 6/5