Andreas Kauffelt ‎– Jetflange / Noisechamber

Primate Recordings ‎– PRMT076, Primate Recordings ‎– PRMT 076
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Jetflange 9:00
B Noisechamber 7:47

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Catalog# appears as PRMT076 on cover's spine and back, and as PRMT 076 on B label.

℗+© Primate Recordings 2003. Made in England.

B label state 33 ⅓ but this is incorrect.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5029840007616
  • Barcode (Text): 5 029840 00761 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A): PRMT 076 A¹ MPO NILZ-THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B): PRMT 076 B¹ MPO NILZ - THE EXCHANGE

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January 23, 2009
edited over 7 years ago

This mastering mastermind released Noisechamber a few years ago, and I recall first hearing it on the night of April the 4th 2003, during a Dave Clarke live gig; the previous one ended with, while his set began with this track!
This is as noisy and percussive as it gets, with the velocity of the percussion getting emphasized with something that sounds like an engine of an air craft carrier taking off some 200 yards behind you - just check that part after the four minute mark!
Banging and crsipy kicks, superbly ferocious bass line with amazingly loud cymbals and magnificent effects that'll levitate your Pumas 8 feet off the dance floor. To me, this one sounds like mr. Kauffelt took the best from Biazzi's Turbulence, "Speedy Joachim Spieet"'s Krekc and Christian Wunsch's Master Avalanche. Magnificent, the sound is huge! Four minutes of percussion driven hard techno, break with rusty filter sweeps and three more minutes of pushing hisses and harsh, piercing effects. Phenomenal!

Edit (June 9th 2010): the center labels of my vinyl state the tracks should be played at 33rpm. However, that is wrong, as both Jetflange and Noisechamber sound the way they are supposed to only if and when played at 45rpm.
That aside, Noisechamber is still one of the most mental and intense techno tracks I have had the privilege to listen to. It's beyond me how he executed an entire passage as rhythmically dense and adrenaline loaded as the one kicking off at 04:00... Whoa!