DJ Argonic* vs. DJ Chich ‎– Pulse EP

Subsounds ‎– 005, Subsounds ‎– PDS 6216/1
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 Pulse One
A2 Pulse Two
B1 Pulse Three
B2 Pulse Four

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A): SUBSOUNDS 005 - PDS 6216/1-A- ARGONiC FEAT. Dj CHiCH
  • Matrix / Runout (B): PDS 6216/1-B- "ARGONiC"
  • Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM

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September 8, 2016
All about Pulse Three for me, it has everything a techno track needs, driving bassline, pulsating breakdown, simplistic catchy riff - the best track on Subsounds by a mile, features on Dj Ribbz Set @ Tomorrows World 1997, highly recommended ;)


May 24, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

This record remains as dancey and interesting as when it was released. The first track, uses a sound a certain sound - sort of a squeeking sound - and builds upon that sound to achieve its ends.

The second track on side A is really nice. It uses a growling, sort of squeeking sound, to thrust the audience into a frenzy. It's not conducive to a comfort zone sort of feel. It's sublime.

The B side starts with a very clubby track. It's really, really useful on the floor and mixes well with just about everything. The main theme is very catchy and just gives the impression of underground warehouses. It's really quite powerful and very dancey.

The second track on the B side follows up the first with its tracky, dancey, fun style.

What's so great about this record is its ability to fit into so many sets and styles. I highly recommend it.