2562 ‎– Aerial



Morvern 4:49
Moog Dub 4:37
Redux 4:33
Theorem 5:53
Basin Dub 4:51
Greyscale 5:03
Walkover 5:28
The Times 4:37

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TEC021 2562 Aerial(2x12", Album) Tectonic TEC021 UK 2008 Sell This Version
TEC021 2LP 2562 Aerial(12", EP, TP) Tectonic TEC021 2LP UK 2008 Sell This Version
DDCB-12008, AWDR 008 2562 Aerial(CD, Album) AWDR/LR2, AWDR/LR2 DDCB-12008, AWDR 008 Japan 2008 Sell This Version
TECCD004 2562 Aerial(CD, Album) Tectonic TECCD004 UK 2008 Sell This Version
TECCD004 2562 Aerial(CDr, Album, Promo) Tectonic TECCD004 UK 2008 Sell This Version


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April 13, 2021
edited 6 months ago
referencing Aerial, 2x12", Album, TEC021
I love this type of really dubby dubstep with a dark ambient feel and much space for the delays and roomsound. The first song Movern draws you in right away. Enjoy the rest of the spaceride.
Nice representative record for what a genious genre Dubstep can be, if done right. ;)
Also rhythmically less quirky than most of the other 2562 stuff of later releases.


June 25, 2018
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Aerial, CD, Album, DDCB-12008, AWDR 008
Absolutely incredible debut album from a genuine low-key legend. Japanese edition is a must have - brilliant artwork, poster, and the latter two tracks are fully worth the trouble.


March 1, 2009
referencing Aerial, CD, Album, TECCD004
Twenty-five sixty-two is not just a postcode in The Netherlands' Den Hague - it is also an alias of its resident who is a prolific producer of dubstep, techno, and broken beat atmospherics. Dave Huismans's first full length release on Tectonic under 2562 moniker is titled Aerial. Tectonic is the same label that previously brought you the 12-inchers from Pinch, Skream, and Cyrus. On Aerial, Huismans layers dubbed out minor chords on top of the blowing wind of white noise and deep sub-bass enriched syncopated beats. The rhythm bounces between a Detroit-meets-Berlin techno sound and reverb heavy dubstep, creating tunes geared more towards home listening then as the fillers on the dance floor [not that hearing these tracks booming on a loud sound system would be unappealing].With his own personal style, Aerial is more of an album then a compilation of singles. The tracks work well together, wrapped around the concept the same way Burial delivered the unmistakable sound of Untrue. One thing for sure - this isn't the sound of London. That is to say, that it seems to have more in common with minimal dub techno then the filthy bass ridden dubstep hooks. Both styles are excellent - just depends what you're in the mood for at the moment. And this very instant, I need to be chilled out and at the same time warmed up, keeping the evil grin away. At the end everything is just a matter of taste. And there's only one way for you to find out.For more music from Huismans, check out his two side projects: a few EPs on Subsolo Records as A Made Up Sound; and earlier released jazzy broken beat EPs on the Dutch Flyin' High Records under Dogdaze alias. Recommended if you want to hear dubstep with some Modern Love and Basic Channel feel.