TransllusionA Moment Of Insanity

Label:Clone Aqualung Series – CAL012
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Electro, Techno


A1Moment 15:39
A2Moment 26:05
B1Moment 37:08
B2Moment 45:26

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  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamp side A): 22500 1A CAL012
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamp side B): 22500 1B CAL012

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A Moment Of Insanity (4×File, ALAC)Clone Aqualung SeriesCAL 012Netherlands2018



  • New.Love.Unlimited's avatar
    I'm surprised there are fewer review entries written about this lost piece of art from the Drexciyan vault. This selection of "Moments" (as they're titled) are insistent and unrelenting in arrangement and composition. Not as hard or abrasive as the tone of the other Transllusion releases, yet somehow... harder.. this set is more insistent about you paying attention to the repetitious groove. Whereas past Drexciyan music had abrupt changes, passages, short intros and outros (if any), this music is much more repetitive and cyclic. It's even easier for the DJs to mix with. The grooves are a less funky and more rocking (see the motorik example on "Moment 4"). Moments 2 and 4 are definitely my favorites.
    • Wolvie-Records's avatar

      2001, the first year of the 21st century and, especially for many born in the 60's, 70's and 80's, the year that was surrounded with an aura of ''the Future'' and that became symbol of the new and unknown things that life has in store, the starting year of a new transgression period in both scientific, cultural and spiritual evolution. In that year Transllusion recorded music in the Dimensional Waves Productions studio of which till date two known productions saw a release: ''The opening of the Cerebral Gate'' and shortly after that the mysterious ''L.I.F.E.'' album on Rephlex. More than 15 years later, an unknown wave resurfaced, washing up an incomparable emotional state of electronic depth. Music from the Future rooted in an underwater Afro-futurist realm and the grandiose cosmological truths. This time rushing over us in a much more personal, reflective and more introspective way, yet leaving behind sonic confusion. We now know who was responsible for all these futuristic recordings perfectly reflecting what the year 2001 stood for, James Stinson can be seen as one of the last few techno musicians from his generation that lived up to the high expectations of moving forward, finding the unknown and embracing the future without reliving the past. This recently discovered DAT-tape, using his Transllusion alias, is the 3rd outing of the project and, surrounded with an even brighter aureole than the previous recordings, confirms the status of its producers mastermind. No further details are known, except for the project name written on the tape, but these intimate moments in the studio tell us what the future sounds like according to James Stinson!


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