Efdemin ‎– Decay



Some Kind Of Up And Down Yes 5:58
Drop Frame 5:00
Transducer 6:09
Solaris 6:59
Decay 7:54
Subatomic 4:44
Track 93 5:09
The Meadow 5:55
Parallaxis 6:25
Ohara 1:24

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
dial CD 30, Dial CD 30 Efdemin Decay(CD, Album) Dial, Dial dial CD 30, Dial CD 30 Germany 2014 Sell This Version
Dial CD 30 Efdemin Decay(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Dial Dial CD 30 Germany 2014
Dial LP 30 Efdemin Decay(2x12", Album) Dial Dial LP 30 Germany 2014 Sell This Version
Dial CD 30 Efdemin Decay(CD, Album, Promo) Dial Dial CD 30 Germany 2014 Sell This Version


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July 14, 2021
referencing Decay, CD, Album, Promo, Dial CD 30

Efdemin’s third album, DECAY, starts with the twinkle and thump of “Some Kind of Up and Down Yes,” an almost minimal track punctuated by odd vocal samples, while “Drop Frame” goes deeper. A heavier beat takes over “Transducer” that soon lends itself to the acid-flavored bell tones on “Solaris.” The mystery continues into the title track, which doesn’t decay as much as you’d think it might, while “Subatomic” nods at classic dub techno. And surprisingly, “Track 93” quickly moves into housier territory with its vocal sample, while the piano chord on “The Meadow” holds the same until the other layers come in. “Parallaxis” returns to the twinkling before fading into “Ohara.” There’s much more build-up in this decay.


January 31, 2015
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Decay, CD, Album, dial CD 30, Dial CD 30
This is really an excellent album. Every single track draws you in and it only seems to get better with every listen. The variety of songs range from beautifully crafted and mellow house sounding tunes, to some straight hitting techno, put together in a well devised chronological order. Very rarely will I be drawn in to a whole album with so much attention, however this completes it for me.