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Various Artists (3)Remixes

Label:FatCat Records – 12FAT008
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, IDM

Tracklist

A18 (Ae Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional]Autechre
9:42
A29 (:Funkstörung. Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional]Funkstörung
4:42
B19 (Pole Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional]Pole
8:33
B2Modulo 8.5
Producer [Additional]Monolake
9:23
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  • Lacquer Cut ByPole

Notes

Released in a grey UV printed outer sleeve.
Speed and track durations are not present on the release itself.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched / machine stamp side A): A 12 FAT008 12 FAT XX 08 A-XX-01-1. 1 Pole D+M
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched / machine stamp side B): B 12 FAT008 12 FAT XX 08 B-XX-01-1-1 Pole @ D+M

Reviews

metallus1's avatar
metallus1
Glad I found this. Not really got much more to add than the previous reviewer but this is definitely a decent record that's worth considering. The Monolake tune is a real beaut. Would recommend. 4/5.
TIM's avatar
TIM
Edited 10 years ago
Perhaps the most basic channel like track Monolake ever did. Modulo 8.5 is a track that's delays get busier, more complex, louder and more delayed as the song goes on. Rich with reverb sounds as if you are slowly being sucked into some sort of memory loss machine while transforming you to some other world. Heavy stuff. Favorite one on here is the Pole remix. While a bit more repetitive the dub combined with the eerie bells and industrial effects, clangs and static is a transmission worth receiving. Slightly demented but powerful in it's starkness. And surprisingly catchy to boot. Autechre's track is very original. Doesn't sound like anything similar to me. In some way I wouldn't even recognize it as Autechre. A bit more straight up techno than they have ever done. Sounds like Reinhart Voigt or some German artist. Solid track there. The Funkstorung version sounds like Autechre actually with its jitter marble ball sound that was used on similar Autechre songs around this time. This song is the most ambient or idm on here with a warm analog melody over skittered beats. Very nice meloncholly ending to this jam packed idm 12"