Butane ‎– The Sound Of Digi Down

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alphahouse ‎– Alpha 00
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Vinyl, 12"
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Butane on the label credited as "Butane and friends".

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ibbjamin

ibbjamin

November 6, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

This is the release that started it all off for alphahouse. By looking at the catalog numbers, this release seems to have set the stage for a promising label coming from the mighty Founsound family.

This has proven to be a very promising label and continues to put out interesting sounding Minimal Tech House during a time when the market is very saturated with this sound. This will go down as one of the label's best - and who would deny that Butane, Troy Pierce, and Someone Else would put out nothing but top notch music. This was one of the releases that shined the spotlight on Butane and Troy Pierce and each has followed this with an array of sounds on a variety of labels.
OCCIDENTAL

OCCIDENTAL

September 18, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

That whole Foundsound / Unfoundsound camp is really tearing me to pieces with their wealth of quality techno productions that fail to disappoint or move my a$$. This release, although released by Butane's label, is still in the Foundsound family, and a further reminder of their chops. Denis Rogers and Someone Else turn in my favorite tracks here. My vote for favorite techno labels right now : Foundsound and Boogizm. But this arena plays so fast. Remember when the Sender Label couldn't miss? (ie: past-tense) Staying power is everything. "The Sound of Digi Down" has it.