Dopplereffekt ‎– Cellular Automata

Leisure System ‎– LSR020
Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Cellular Automata 4:58
A2 Von Neumann Probe 3:28
A3 Gestalt Intelligence 3:39
A4 Isotropy 5:17
A5 Pascal's Recursion 4:07
B1 Ulams Spiral 4:11
B2 Mandelbrot Set 3:45
B3 Spirangle 4:24
B4 Exponential Decay 4:25

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (On sticker): 8 80319 79671 5

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LSR020 Dopplereffekt Cellular Automata(9xFile, FLAC, Album, 24 ) Leisure System LSR020 Germany 2017
LSR020 Dopplereffekt Cellular Automata(9xFile, ALAC, Album, 24 ) Leisure System LSR020 Germany 2017
LSR020 Dopplereffekt Cellular Automata(9xFile, WAV, Album, 24 ) Leisure System LSR020 Germany 2017


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May 9, 2017
As a big fan of all Drexiya family music I need to say that this album is a remake or rework of Calabi Yau Space which was absolutely innovative and inspiring for me. Yes I know Arpanet ‎– Wireless Internet was forruner to Calabi Yau Space and all this was moving very smooth from mathematics to physics. But now unfortunately it sound like Dopplereffekt some old projects or reworked projects. With great honer to Gerald Donald.


April 17, 2017
edited 8 months ago
on cellular automata, dopplereffekt continue to sculpt the focus of their beatless electro-architecture without jettisoning the laboratorial method their previous work has come to represent. here, the listener is granted the rare privilege of travelling through the vast, voluminous chambers of the greyscale techno-future as peerlessly described by donald and nhan yet again. cellular automata is cinema for the ears and a formidably early contender for the finest electronic record of the year.


April 14, 2017

Once at a Dopplereffekt show, a fellow wearing a lab coat told me "This is science, not techno." I will never forget these words, and this album release is a reminder of the truth in that statement.


April 7, 2017
edited 6 months ago
In the first few bars of this release, I am immediately transported back to a time, where primitive Personal Computing Machines were to be our Salvation and not eventually enslave us in Hyperconnectivity.