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    Traversable Wormhole - Traversable Wormhole Vol 1 album cover

    Traversable WormholeTraversable Wormhole Vol 1

    Label:Traversable Wormhole – TW01
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, White Label
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Techno

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    ATransducer
    BSpacetime Symmetries
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    Hand-stamped white label. Track titled are etched into the vinyl.

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    maroko's avatar
    maroko
    Maybe not the best or the most original, but most definitely my favorite Traversable Wormhole 12". If for no other reason than that of a fond memory when first grabbing my fingers around this obscure gem with no information whatsoever on it. You know the sweet feeling when you reckon you got hold of something extremely special, and before everyone else did. Sound familiar? Maybe I do subconsciously push the music aside when listening to this one, succumbing to the huge emotional weight it brings, but here I go...
    Transducer is unquestionably my #1 pick when it comes to Traversable Wormhole productions. With the slick side mechanical chain stabs, the far out echoing reverberating synths, its sound was that of an unstoppable infernal 200 ton steam train engine closing in on you, and there's no place to hide. It somehow reminds me of the beloved A2 track on the third Ancient Methods release. Relentless pounding with huge support from the bass department. I remember this being a firm and furious entrance on the techno scene... Who was to stand with his head unturned when this forceful techno avalanche dropped its charms.
    Spacetime Symmetries might just bring mathematical awkwardness to a whole new level. Deep industrial undertones, huge pressure coming from the sub bass section, strange and spaced out noises and effects unleashed upon mildly paced off beat percussion... Phew, what a ride. And when those cymbals get crazy just before the four minute mark, this one really reaches insane heights. If the previous one was club orientated artillery, then this one is to be listened with excellent headphones in the dark. Spacetime Symmetries (and what else not) guaranteed!