David Morley ‎– Ascension

DS93 ‎– DS93 007
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition, White Label, 174g


A1 Angels
A2 Descent
B Hollow


Limited to 93 copies. Custom sleeve, hand numbered & rubber stamped.
Pre-Mastered At Dust Towers
Mastered and cut at Masterpiece. Pressed on 174g vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DUSTPP 007 A MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): DUSTPP 007 B MPO


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August 21, 2014

Great release, spacey ambient electro cuts. Only 93 of these..5/5


July 16, 2011
edited over 5 years ago

I will be glad to be the first one to type on this release here. I hope my normally bad comments don't deter you (I mean myself. This release of course is awesome. Because it's David Morley). A1 is some space funk electro. Almost sci-fi but a Drexciya feel in there. The bass is monster. You remember that bloke 15 years ago that said " this bass is big man. It's a monster". This reminds me of Morley'/ electro on Quartermass nearly 10 years ago. But futuristic nstead of urban. Morley is on another level with this track. however me being the sensitive melody ambient electro fan A2 brings me the most joy that this has been my first Morley released record in a most 10 years. "First Floor" is my favorite Morley song (and one of the most underrated techno song of the early 90's). Sounds a little like Morley is n the same tip as B12. Very like bassline that B12 would do. Mid 90's Autechre like space funk in there to continue the excellent release. Hollow has the whole b-side to its own. The quality of the pressing really comes out there. no matter what system or setup you play this on it will make you speakers sound bigger. Home or studio. I am really thinking my needles aren't for playing this as clean as it sounds on my Ortofon Pro s's.

Being the first vinyl I have bought in a year you know i had to have this record. I am one of the lucky 90. Having it sent from the man makes it extra special. The day I got this in the mail I checked out the design of the cover and pulled out the vinyl and noticed my fingerprint slightly smeared from the crisp right from the factory feel reminded me " hey this is the first new vinyl from David Morley ".

He did not disappoint. Nice one David.