01. Stellate 1 is boxed exquisitely in circular metallic tins which contains two transparent 10" vinyls.
02. Each vinyl is separated by a typographic print on recycled paper.
03. Contains a hand-numbered artwork inlay by Oblivious Artefacts.
04. The entire artwork inlay is comprised of four parts which are divided between Stellate 1 to Stellate 4.
05. Additionally every release contains a card with a unique download code.
06. Each Stellate release is a strictly limited edition of 300.
07. The entire Stellate Series was craftily mastered in Berlin at the Artefacts Mastering Studio.
08. The Stellate Series was graphically designed by Oblivious Artefacts [Ignazio Mortellaro and Marco Morici].
Borful Tang's "The Seduction Ends In Tears" is a gorgeous track, and I also dig Gorman's "Frequency Phase Parts I and II" and both of Perc's contributions. It's unfortunate, however, that these are records for rich kids only. I would really have liked to buy them.
A reasonably-priced 2x12" would be SO ace. Besides, more space = deeper grooves = louder bass with less distortion. It's just physics, kids.
This release is a nice-looking art object, indeed. But I question the wisdom in all these "strictly limited edition" vinyl releases. I believe this is Stroboscopic Artefacts' first 'offense', so I'm not pointing all my fingers here. Look around. The strictly-limited-colored-exclusive-buy-it-yesterday-or-fuck-you trend is in full effect.