Lowtec ‎– Workshop 06

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Workshop ‎– WORKSHOP 06
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label
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Tracklist

A1 Untitled
B1 Untitled
B2 Untitled

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Stamped white label.

There is a locked groove between tracks B1 and B2.

Repressed 2014.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WORKSHOP 06 Lowtec Workshop 06(12", RP) Workshop WORKSHOP 06 Germany 2014 Sell This Version

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diversify

diversify

March 27, 2015
my copy of the most recent repress (which doesn't have a separate release page on here?) has three big ticks/skips at the beginning of A1. anyone elses copy got this problem?
rydimryder

rydimryder

April 16, 2010
edited over 6 years ago

I find that for me to write a proper review these days there has to be something magical about the music I am reviewing. While this may appear to be self-evident, I often hear something really nice and want to write a few good words, however this is scarcely enough to be considered "proper". Sometimes I bookmark a release in order to write about it at a later date, yet when I return to the link and revisit the track it has ceased to do it for me. I lose the passion that I originally held for the piece, and though for the most part it is still a great act of creation, something is missing within me at this later point in time. From the very first moment I heard this track everything was there, and everything was perfect.

You may wonder why the context of my reviewing emotions bears any relevance. I merely explain this personal aspect to underscore Lowtec's true magic. There is something here that you can't quite put your finger on, a feeling evident at every millisecond of this peerless vinyl's A-side. You hear it once, then you hear it again—somehow the music grows with you. It is unrivalled in its constantly engaging nature and extreme human relevance; the work evolves in order to form a perfect mirror of one's own mind, body, and soul. This is a piece that resonates with the core of electronic music, the limits of experimentation, and to the very essence of all that is deep and dubby in life and in the tech-elec-house realms.

I find the idea of mirrors that we experience throughout our limited existence very appealing. A true mirror is that which allows us to peer into ourselves and better understand what it means to be human. The journey that Lowtec takes us on is unforgettable. Whether it's late at night, early in the morning, in the middle of the day, or just the beginning of a great night, this record is both dear and irreplaceable.

Lowtec's track is a true masterpiece. If I had to, I would kill for music like this. The feelings and emotions contained within these eleven minutes are raw human energy, one of the few things worth fighting for and striving to keep alive at the fore of man's hearts.
dylaf

dylaf

October 3, 2008
edited over 3 years ago
No 6 in the super consistant Workshop series sees Lowtec (Jens Kuhn) on his second outing with the label (Check Workshop No. 1).
Here Jens again proves masterful with his ability to create seemingly simple yet deceptively hypnotic and powerful soundscapes which work as good on the floor as they do on the sofa with a cuppa.
Three tracks on offer cover mid-paced territory apart from track 2, super slow- Play at 45 rpm on minus 8 if you fancy. There are slow burning retro touches with creeping ambience and warmth without being over polite, while the fragmented electronics & samples burr about & kind of sneak up on you. Well rounded low end warmth and just stunning production make this and the rest of the gems on workshop absolutely must have (In my humble opinion!). For warm ups and 'moments'.