Radius ‎– Obsolete Machines

echospace [detroit] ‎– RDS-CD1
2 × CDr, Album, Limited Edition


  • Written-By, ProducerRadius


Back cover:
Mastered in Echospace
Limited Edition Series

Disc 1:
W + P by Radius somewhere in Detroit | 1993 - 1999 | · Mastered in Echospace

Disc 2:
W + P by Radius | Reworked and Reshaped by cv313 | · Mastered in Echospace

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Cat n° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat n° Pays Année
RDS-CD-LE Radius Obsolete Machines (Variant Reworks)(2xCDr, Album, Ltd) echospace [detroit] RDS-CD-LE US 2018 Vendre cette version
none Radius Obsolete Machines [w​/​cv313 Reshapes](16xFile, MP3, Album, RM, 320) echospace [detroit] none US 2017
RDS-LP1 Radius Obsolete Machines(2xLP, Album) echospace [detroit] RDS-LP1 US 2017 Vendre cette version
none Radius Obsolete Machines [w​/​cv313 Reshapes](16xFile, ALAC, Album, RM) echospace [detroit] none US 2017
none Radius Obsolete Machines [Variant Reworks](6xFile, FLAC, 16 ) echospace [detroit] none US 2018


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15 septembre 2017
Vinyl release of this is coming out end of October 2017! Pre order available now on echospace website!!!


3 mai 2017

One of my most listened to albums of late!! I can get enough of these dusty grooves & struggling to believe that some of these tracks are over 20 years old!
Yet another gem of an album salvaged from the depths of the Echospace vaults...well done guys.

Review from Bandcamp:
An unreleased classic from the vaults emerges with beautiful reshapes by cv313 (recorded and reshaped from 2007-2016) This is where the sound of cv313 was realized, culled from cassette tapes recorded live (1995-2000) with nothing but analog/digital hardware, no computer in sight (excluding our Commodore 64 midi sequencer, which is still alive and well today). The radius project has been absent since the final release in 2001, the first 12" appearing in 1996 (limited white label run of 100 copies pressed at Acme pressing in Canada) after revisiting these works we realized there was truly some magic here. This project was initially sent to Rod Modell & Mike Schommer shortly after they launched their brilliant deepchord label in 2001. They were incredibly kind in saying it was the best demo they had ever heard and passed it on to Octal records for release, sadly, that didn't materialize and since then these masters have been collecting dust in our cassette rack for nearly 20 years now. We've spent months doing our best to restore the old tapes from our Tascam 688, an 8 track cassette recorder purchased and abused since 1992 and to our ears still sounds quite impressive even by modern standards. (that is of course, if you can get past the tape hiss) We've had nearly every component replaced and re-calibrated to bring this obsolete machine back to life, it's been a truly nostalgic experience re-visiting these masters.

We truly hope you enjoy reliving these magical times of music, very inspired by all that was happening in those years, there was just something in the air, an undeniable energy, long may it live on...