cv313 ‎– Standingstill

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echospace [detroit] ‎– 013
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Clear
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A Standingstill (Original) 11:38
B Standingstill (Reduced) 20:24

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Mastered in Echospace.

160 Gram crystal clear vinyl packaged in 8ML archival grade poly sleeve.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Echospace [Detroit] 13 cv313 Standing Still(2xFile, FLAC) echospace [detroit] Echospace [Detroit] 13 2012
Echospace [Detroit] 13 cv313 Standing Still(2xFile, MP3, 320) echospace [detroit] Echospace [Detroit] 13 2012

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catello303

catello303

June 11, 2012

Highly recommend this one, if you're into the old DeepChord stuff this is essential. The B side is really what tips this one over the edge, over 20 minutes of some of the best I've heard in this realm of electronic music in ages.
cabould

cabould

January 25, 2012

Doesn't get any deeper than this. Echospace and cv313 deliver again on another killer. This label can do no wrong. Deep murky dub techno that is sure to be a killer on the floor. Highly Recommended.
polanis

polanis

December 25, 2011
edited over 4 years ago

A wonderful Christmas present, the first new record from Echospace this year and let me say this one was well worth the wait. Both sides are completely haunting, I nearly felt chills at the 6 minute marker of side B, the use of tonal qualities through an ever evolving synthesized tone sounding like metal striking water recorded through a tin can. It's a hypnotic experience like very few I've ever had. A storm gently rolls over, crashes and pours while the sub bass acts as thunder reminding us the storm is far from over. As far as I'm concerned this is the best low end thump I've heard come out on vinyl, heart pulsing vibrations as low as the fault lines.
pinkspace

pinkspace

December 24, 2011

A fantastic 12". Side A sounds like it could've been straight from the DeepChord days. Side B is a luscious slow burner. This one will be getting a lot of late night repeat spins here in my studio.
adam01

adam01

December 22, 2011
edited over 4 years ago

Reduced to utter Deeepnes.
So Deep.
I think and feel this release is one of the best CV313 releases ever. Well produced, deeply mellow and a clean record pressing make for one hell of a super sonic journey.
seagater

seagater

December 9, 2011

Although I've only had this for 48 hours I feel like I could spend a lifetime inside that reduced mix. Monumental demonstrations on how this sound can be exceptional when it's done right. The richness of reverb, spatial arrangement, expansion and decay, it's all there and so beautiful for it. This record is a the sound of two bona fide masters at work, first 12" on the label in over a year and my hat is off, welcome back Echospace.
Mark_Anthony

Mark_Anthony

December 9, 2011
edited over 4 years ago

I suspect the B-side is going to the be the one that everyone's really interested in. Its riddled with sub-bass and electricity. Its an effective sequel for cv313 - Subtraktive. I do not throw that statement around lightly. Subtraktive is nothing to be messed with.

I'm here to reassure those who haven't received their copy yet: this is just as good. Yes, they've done it again. 5 stars on the B-side alone. I have not been this entranced by echospace since the 12 inch version of Beyond The Clouds.