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ReconditeEC10

Label:Dystopian – DYSTOPIAN 003
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, Ambient

Tracklist

A1Libria3:50
A2Cleric8:09
B1EC107:32
B2Equilibrium6:31
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℗© by Dystopian 2013

www.dystopian.de

Track duration's not listed on release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side A): DYSTOPIAN 003 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side B): DYSTOPIAN 003 B

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  • aidiothir's avatar
    aidiothir
    Edited one year ago
    Very dark release, great dark pads especially on 2 b-side tracks, however the kichdrums and bass lines on all 4 tracks are so heavy that are almost unlistenable tracks. Great tracks but awful mastering.
    • glitchtrauma's avatar
      glitchtrauma
      imho hasn't really dated all that well. nice little synthy arpeggio line still but really lacking the funk. Enjoyed this at the time whilst intoxicated in a rave, but otherwise, nah, filler material.
      • TIM's avatar
        TIM
        I would like to mention EC10 for its dark funkiness and catchy groove. Sinister smile across your fave when this plays. Into the depths you go...
        • Mark_Anthony's avatar
          Mark_Anthony
          I agree with restless and mijajo on this. "Cleric" is otherworldly. Dark & Haunted to the maximum. Will withstand the test of time.
          • restless's avatar
            restless
            Edited 9 years ago
            Yes "Cleric", unsurprisingly one of the big hits of the 2013-2014 warehouse techno season, with a nice early 90s trance feeling (these gentle arpeggios) updated through *those* contemporary super stomping massive subaquatic Berghain-friendly kicks.
            Quite far from his earlier, more subtle and deeper works on Plangent or Acid Test, this is an "easy" one for big rooms, but very pleasant in a peaktime devastation way, will probably remain as a classic of its era.

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