Safety Session ‎– Maru Part 1

Drumcode ‎– DRUMCODE 23
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 Untitled
Producer – Beyer*, Mull*
A2 Untitled
Producer – Beyer*
B1 Untitled
Producer – Beyer*, Mull*
B2 Untitled
Producer – Beyer*, Mull*

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  • Mastered ByNilz*


Distributed by PRIME
Made in England

The written words on B-Side formed to a spiral saying:
"Extending a point into a line begins a journey that ends only when the line comes "full circle" to return to its starting point. The circle thus symbolizes completion, even perfection. A circle is harmonious and tranquil, yet at the same time it represents the cycle that is life. Spinning unceasingly like the potter´s wheel, it creates new forms, enclosing and embracing all of nature´s activity-yin and yang, rise and fall, increase and decrease-within its perfect arc. Finally, the circle is an opening, a window on the whole of being that it also represents the eye that sees itself."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: MPO DC 23 A¹ NiLZ - THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout: MPO DC 23 B¹ NiLZ - THE EXCHANGE



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November 20, 2012

A1: Punchy tribal techno with some vocal element to pique the interest and make what otherwise remains a tool sparkle a little and intimidate a good deal less. [SEVEN]
A2: What I more expect from a Beyer release a tough uncompromising 4-track with hopefully one cut having something a little special happening in the background. Thought this would be the one but it's so subtle as to be virtually inaudible. Pity [FIVE]
B1: More punchy tribal techno and again a cut above the usual characterless efforts. Just enough going on. [SIX]
B2: Punchy tribal techno but "the chordy one" which is why i bought this EP. A decent spell of beautful soaring synths juxtpose the heads down drive of what might otherwise be a souless tune. Nicely reprised but a little late (and short) for a maximum. [NINE]