Christian MorgensternMoment Of Truth E.P.

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    Cover of Moment Of Truth E.P., 2001-01-08, VinylMoment Of Truth E.P.
    12", EP, 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM
    Sub Static – sus_01Germany2001Germany2001
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    12", EP, 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label
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    • Edited 19 years ago
      More minimal in essence than the bulk of his other releases, the A-side does something more than provide a floor-friendly vibe; unlike say Kaito, who envelopes you in rhythmical warmness(thus creating massive space) and leading us to associate with genres like ambient and to an extent, trance, never seems to be in a hurry. Rightfully so. Morgenstern, however, acknowledges Kaito's sense of space but acts as matchmaker-- his concept of space is coupled with that of melody and a pulsating pace with a subtle, yet effective build-up. The end result provides the listener or audience a truly genuine experience into the sound referred to as Cologne-style minimal techno. I am skeptical to proclaim this track as genre-defining; with its unique qualities and the uncertainty of the late artist's intention with this track, all I can say is that its position as first release on seminal label Sub Static's roster and the context of time and location of its inception puts it in a position of impending importance related to its genre.

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