Stephan Laubner / Ric Y Martin ‎– Sommerpause

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Perlon ‎– PERL 13
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Stephan Laubner Portside Waves
Producer, Written-By: – Stephan Laubner
9:53
A2 Stephan Laubner Untitled Loop 1
A3 Stephan Laubner Untitled Loop 2
A4 Stephan Laubner Untitled Loop 3
B Ric Y Martin Sini Est
Producer, Written-By – Dandy Jack, Ricardo Villalobos
9:03

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Side A: (A1): 128 BPM _ (A2), (A3), (A4): 'Locked Grooves' _ 133 BPM

Side B: (B): 128 BPM

Labels are on the wrong sides of some vinyl pressings.

Side B: Ric Y Martin - Sini Est _ Licenced From: Ruta 5, Santiago De Chile

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Outer Etching, Side A): S.Laubner → DJ Phonk BEATDEZERNAT 4 LIFE. PERL 13 A W at D & M
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching, Side B): SINI EST MPO PERL 13 B W at D & M
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching, Side A and B): MPO, M at D & M

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RobertSol

RobertSol

September 25, 2014
The master Villalobos has again strike with this collaboration. Sini Est is just a perfect hypnotic minimal techno track that I just cannot get bored of. I bought the record for Stephan Laubner's track as it bring so much energy into a Dj set but the mystical and dark Shamanic Ric Y Martin's track hypnotized me all over after.
8tro

8tro

February 18, 2013

"Portside Waves" is without a doubt one of the most stimulating and rockin' tracks Perlon has ever put out, so it's safe to say to every Perlon lover and minimal techno fan that this track is one for the ages to come, it will never stop getting people off :) 10/10, if there was such a rating, so: 5/5
leonardo91

leonardo91

January 14, 2013
the repress is out!
alebs

alebs

January 8, 2013
2012 repress out at record stores
pheek

pheek

October 2, 2006
edited over 9 years ago
Although I bought this release for Ric Y Martin when it came out, I found myself playing Stephan Laubner's track in 95% of my sets. This track, yet simple, has an incredible feeling in a club and it is not a surprise to see many DJs also playing it to spice up their set. One detail that I love about Laubner's track is the port sounds played in a loop, through a lofi effect. Very well done, certainly a classic of the genre.