cv313 ‎– Beyond The Clouds [Reprised] Versions

echospace [detroit] ‎– ECHOSPACE 12 CD LE
CDr, Limited Edition, Cardboard

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1 Beyond The Clouds [Reprised] I 26:04
2 Beyond The Clouds [Reprised] II 26:24
3 Beyond The Clouds [Reprised] III
Electronics [Uncredited] – Jamal WallaceRemastered By [Uncredited] – Ron Murphy



Professionally duplicated and printed CDr.
Packaged in black, cardboard sleeve with silver (chrome) sticker artwork.

"Beyond the Clouds" was recorded from a live session near the heart of Detroit using hand crafted modular synthesizers, analog devices and custom made effects units. Packaged in cardstock sleeve with custom designed sticker.

Remastered for CDr release by Ron Murphy @ NSC Mastering, Detroit, USA shortly before he passed away, his memory will live in our hearts forever.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: CD-R 80 CWLHT-1147 3107

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ECHOSPACE 12 CD LE cv313 Beyond The Clouds [Reprised] Versions(CDr, Ltd, Dig) echospace [detroit] ECHOSPACE 12 CD LE US 2011 Sell This Version
none cv313 [Beyond The Clouds](CDr, Ltd, Promo) echospace [detroit] none US 2011 Sell This Version
none cv313 Beyond The Clouds [Reprised Versions](3xFile, FLAC) echospace [detroit] none US 2014
ECHOSPACE 12 CD JP cv313 Beyond The Clouds [Reprised] Versions - Limited Japan Edition(CDr, Ltd) echospace [detroit] ECHOSPACE 12 CD JP Japan 2013 Sell This Version


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November 24, 2011

A crucial release if you're a follower of Deepchord/Echospace and company. They're countless as both an act and as a label and always manage to reach the furthest levels of development using only a few sounds smoothly massaging the mind. I would consider this project to be one of the best examples of the less is more theory practically conceived within this style of music. "Beyond The Clouds" is one of those songs, an exercise in insistent cycles and loop annihilations of the deepest end of the Detroit Techno spectrum applied to a deep dub throb. There's a clear focus within the songs here with a nod to the more ambient-leaning excursions of Basic Channel, bedding endlessly delayed stabs resembling some of the early works found in Tangerine Dream, analogic sequences controlled by soul and spirit. After about a month to sink into this I have a feeling 10 years from now this body of work will be referenced as a valuable and engaging lesson in minimal techno history.