DeepChord ‎– dc13|dc14|dc16 [remastered]

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echospace [detroit] ‎– ARC-CD-03
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Title on the spine: "dc13|dc14|dc16" [remastered].
Cat# on the CD is ARC-CD-03 and the Cat# on the spine and the back of the cover is arccd03.

Tracks 1-3 culled from dc13. Tracks 4-6 culled from dc14. Tracks 7-10 culled from dc16.
(c) + (p) echospace [detroit] 2014
Distributed and marketed by www.rubadub.co.uk | www.forcedexposure.com | www.diskunion.net
Written and produced in Detroit, MI | USA

Digipak packaging.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 45121 07729 2
  • Barcode (String): 845121077292
  • Matrix / Runout: 383776 20256-6D6B *43469*
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LZ43

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scoundrel

scoundrel

October 13, 2018

Deepchord continues with its re-releases on DC13/DC14/DC16, as “DC13 A1” takes a steady, dub-laden tone and “DC13 B1” continues that before “DC13 B2” brings more movement. The chug of “DC14 A1” adds a thicker bass to accompany the bass and the clanging reverb, while “DC14 A2” revels the hiss of surface noise until “DC14 B1” comes to open up the sound. Back in the land of proper track titles, “Lama Temple” has a cleaner sound, and “Solar Cross” moves in an even crisper direction, with carefully placed hiss and melodic wobbles. “Hexcraft” tries for some brighter tones, before the lugubrious “Mars Oil” oozes out in slow pulses and carries the listener along with it.
Phortek

Phortek

April 10, 2015
Will this ever be pressed to vinyl? It's been years.