Morgan Geist ‎– Quadri-Locular EP

Metamorphic Recordings ‎– MET0G150
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM

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Info Side: I. Room 120-2
Info Side: II. Vectors Of Interpretation
Art Side: I. Spillway
Art Side: II. Room 120-2 (Dan Curtin's Re-work)
Remix – Dan Curtin

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(C) 1994 Metamorphic Recordings.
(P) Terra-1 Music (ASCAP).
Mastered at National Sound Corporation, Detroit.

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  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Info Side: I.): MET0G150 - info side NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Art Side: I.): MET0G150 - art side NSC

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August 17, 2016
Room 120-2 (Dan Curtin's Re-work) absolute timeless classic, Geist's offerings are, well, what we expect from Morgan, quirky funky techno that doesn't take itself too seriously, big influence on the direction things took in IDM around this time.Essential release.


March 25, 2004

Morgan Geist was definitely ahead of his time on this one. I remember him being an, how shall I put it: "regular" contributor to the Detroit techno mailing list "back in the day", and I always wondered if he had any life outside of techno.

The answer came in the form of this record: it was almost too studied (and the product of someone with some real musical training) for me as a 21 year old, now as a 30 year old I have come to appreciate its brilliance... to wit, you have to devote your life to this in order to produce work of this quality. For those familiar with Dan Curtin's work during the same period, it is similar, but different.

Now, did this ever appear on a CD compilation anywhere?


May 2, 2003

This record is a stone-cold classic! Nice driving strings and wonky sub bass make it super funky and cool! The Dan Curtin remix is a welcome addition as well...