Various ‎– Frequencies From The Edge Of The Tektonic Plate

Outersanctum ‎– CD OUT001
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1 H* / Tripswitch (3) LSDemention
Mixed By – The High Council Of Dreamification*
2 THCOD Stroboscopik (Theraputic Mix) 6:00
3 H* / Disturbik / Deviator* Lynkphreek
Mixed By – Deviator*, Disturbik, H*
4 THCOD Neurospora Isolates 7:13
5 H* / Erra Injektor (Opaque Mix) 6:00
6 H* / Stellar Sofa Will I Dream
Programmed By, Mixed By – H*, Stellar Sofa
7 Disturbik / H* / Tripswitch (3) Sensor○E○OD
Programmed By – Disturbik, H*, Tripswitch (3)
8 Atom 369 Pulsation 6:35
9 H* / Erra Timekompress 5:57
10 H* Which Way To Forever (Cyborg Lounge Mix)
Programmed By – H*
11 Stellar Sofa / H* Aetherius
Programmed By, Mixed By – Stellar Sofa, H*Vocals [Vocal Waveform] – Erra

Companies, etc.


  • Compilation ProducerDreamdoktor H*
  • Executive Producer – John Margetis


Track 3 mixed at Interlab
Track 6 programmed/mixed in Amorphia
Track 7 mixed at Scanlogix
Track 8 produced at Modulation Electronic

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  • Matrix / Runout: 52317K1 OUT001 MADE IN TAIWAN

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BRUTAŻ - LP - 01 Various Frequencies From The Edge Of The Tektonic Plate(2xLP, Album, Comp, RM) Brutaż BRUTAŻ - LP - 01 Poland 2019 Sell This Version


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July 29, 2010

this is a good time capsule of the futuristic possibilities of the time this was made in techno. lot's of spacey sounds over pretty well done techno. bass is really deep and pads are super soaked heavy and dark. overall mood is lost in space with deep sound waves passing space junk around. lotsof reverb and sci-fi meanings all wrapped up from an obscure artist makes this a nice unknown little gem. who cares if it sounds a bit dated. it's 1993! put yourself in the time and eat it up


July 11, 2004
edited over 16 years ago

Fantastic, mesmerising deep-space voyage with Canada-based Romanian genius Dan Handrabur at the helm.

This collection veers from mysterious, hugely imaginative, intelligent techno to drifting alien soundscapes like a malfunctioning android ejected into unknown realms of the cosmos.

This is music of real character and can turn from spooky to beautiful in the flash of an eye. Ever-shifting patterns propel these tracks ever-onward: there's no laziness here; no drum track simply repeating itself over and over. Samples from "Blade Runner" come and go as do occasional floaty vocals from Dan's wife ("Erra").

Criminally ignored by the dance music scene upon its release and ever since, this is a must-have for everyone into their sci-fi ambient/techno thrills.