Deepchord Present Echospace ‎– Spatialdimension

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Spatialdimension (cv313 Reduction) 11:38

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
006 Deepchord Present Echospace Deepchord Present Echospace - Spatialdimension(12") echospace [detroit] 006 US 2007 Sell This Version
006 Deepchord Present Echospace Deepchord Present Echospace - Spatialdimension(12", W/Lbl) echospace [detroit] 006 US 2007 Sell This Version
006 DeepChord Present Echospace DeepChord Present Echospace - Spatialdimension(12", Ltd, RP, Blu) echospace [detroit] 006 US 2008 Sell This Version
006 DeepChord Present Echospace DeepChord Present Echospace - Spatialdimension(12", Ltd, RP, Lig) echospace [detroit] 006 US 2008 Sell This Version
ECHOSPACEDETROIT006 DeepChord Presents Echospace DeepChord Presents Echospace - Spatialdimension(5xFile, AIFF) echospace [detroit] ECHOSPACEDETROIT006 US 2009
ECHOSPACEDETROIT006 DeepChord Presents Echospace DeepChord Presents Echospace - Spatialdimension(5xFile, MP3, 320) echospace [detroit] ECHOSPACEDETROIT006 US 2009
ECHOSPACEDETROIT006 DeepChord Presents Echospace DeepChord Presents Echospace - Spatialdimension(5xFile, WAV) echospace [detroit] ECHOSPACEDETROIT006 US 2009
osixcdle, es_06_CD Deepchord Presents Echospace Deepchord Presents Echospace - Spatialdimension(CDr, Enh, Ltd, RM) echospace [detroit], echospace [detroit] osixcdle, es_06_CD US 2011 Sell This Version
osixcdle, es_06_CD DeepChord Presents Echospace DeepChord Presents Echospace - Spatialdimension(CDr, Enh, Ltd, RM, Dig) echospace [detroit], echospace [detroit] osixcdle, es_06_CD US 2011 Sell This Version
Echopace [Detroit] 06CDLE Deepchord Presents Echospace Deepchord Presents Echospace - Spatial Dimensions(8xFile, FLAC) echospace [detroit] Echopace [Detroit] 06CDLE 2012
ECHO06CDLE Deepchord Presents Echospace Deepchord Presents Echospace - Spatialdimension (Limited Japan Edition)(CDr, Ltd, RM) echospace [detroit] ECHO06CDLE Japan 2013 Sell This Version

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Mark_Anthony

Mark_Anthony

September 15, 2019
edited 5 months ago
referencing Spatialdimension, CDr, Enh, Ltd, RM, Dig, osixcdle, es_06_CD
The "The Howard Street Rhythm Section" remix on track 4 is the standout on here. Its because of the inclusion of the bongos, a sound that is generally not present in Hitchell's "echospace" productions.
adam01

adam01

October 19, 2011
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Spatialdimension, CDr, Enh, Ltd, RM, osixcdle, es_06_CD

This is a wonderful Audio product that houses 8 distinct and epic songs. Beginning with “Spatialdimension”, the remaining 7 tracks are remixes, reconstructions and interpretations of the title track.

The original track (track #1) is a beautiful and lush sounds scape, forever drifting in a sea of echos. Faint twinkles of sonic star light glitter above an ocean of reverb; all the while a subsonic heart beat go’s on and on…

The 2nd and 5th tracks are new interpretations by Echospace member Stephen Hitchell (aka, Intrusion). Both of these songs are amazing, but it is the “Intrusion Dub” that has become a true new favorite in my pantheon of favorite songs. This version incorporates all of the sonic elements fans of Stephen’s work have come to respect and enjoy, yet it manages to uplift the listeners spirits in an entirely new manner. Deep, ambient, spatial and golden are words that come to my mind as this track plays on the sound system.

Also note worthy is the final track on the album, “Variant’s Reprised Conduction”. This version is a deep half speed monster that takes its listeners into a cyber jungle of wild beasts, all roaming free in slow motion. The Sub on this version is below low.

All in all, this is another amazing release by Echospace and offers every one a chance to experience Spatialdimensional travel by way of music.

Viva la Echospace!
markmay1

markmay1

April 1, 2011
referencing Spatialdimension, 12", 006
yeah,what they said...
samo78

samo78

May 4, 2008
referencing Spatialdimension, 12", 006
Spacialdimension... really nice sounds... however, "nice" might be a tad of an over-inflated reference to this genre of music. Although I couldn't provide the sufficient amount of technical information in regards to the essential production of this style of music (please feel free to enhance my experience), I can rest assure that, ever since the very inception of the first Echospace production, the listener has been taken on non-other than a complete sonic sojourn into simply an advanced mastery of delay, reverb, and tape hiss. The previous review only strenghtens my disclosure: Echospace production is by no means "inferior" to an already established genre by the likes of the much lauded Basic Channel crew, but also neither unpredictable. What drives the minor solemn masses to hord this sound on vinyl religiously, is as much as a phenomenon as any in regards to a type of music bent on exclusivity, laced with a penchant for re-perfecting a regurgitated sound. Simply put, "I love it," but otherwise, I would prefer a track-for-track re-issue of the whole original Deepchord catalogue. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." And the other faction would argue: "Echospace is an improvement on Deepchord." I couldn't agree on more an accurate paradox. Neither productions are genre defining, yet indispensable in its development. Deepchord created a lexicon that drove a sound further, and the Echospace partnership not only continued it, but "modernized" the sound in particular. In conclusion, it seems this label will never falter too far from its sound; but if you find yourself absolutely enamored with it-- look no further.
deepermeaning

deepermeaning

December 20, 2007
referencing Spatialdimension, 12", 006

I cannot believe no one has written about this release yet, probably the best thing echospace or deepchord have ever done (yes, even better than the coldest season!) The original mix is by far one of the deepest, dreamiest songs i have ever heard in this vein, no joke folks. The most amazing thing about this record is its progression, it starts off so distant but all of the sudden, the darkest stabs and deepest melodies creep in and get right under your skin. The melodies that seem to evolve into the mix just come out of nowhere, then the break hits, the most beautiful chords come in and take you further into deep space than your likely to have ever explored. If you liked Main Street "New Day", "Found A Way" or Maurizio 4, 4.5 & 7, this is right up there with the best of them. The deepest Detroit tech dub I have ever heard! Just saw Wire Magazine's best of 2007, was nice to see Echospace take the number 1 spot, a great year for these two amazing producers and well deserved. This is hands down one of the best of 2007 and I can't wait to see what 2008 has in store!