Inevitech* ‎– Etherion EP

Trope Recordings ‎– trope 007
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Blue/Pink Marbled


A1 Mind Zip
A2 Prophets Of The Atomic Age
B1 Sample + Hold
B2 Test Subject



Recorded in Sussex

Some copies released with one label on the record. Some were released with no labels on the record.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
trope 007 Inevitech* Etherion EP(12", Pur) Trope Recordings trope 007 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
trope 007 Inevitech* Etherion EP(12", EP, Cle) Trope Recordings trope 007 Germany 1994 Sell This Version


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February 4, 2007
edited over 9 years ago

Ironically, "Mind Zip" is my choice cut off this EP. And the "breakdown" is the most interesting part: The beat changes to a 4/4 pattern and a creepy tone begins that somehow reminds one of a flatline; this tone is then accompanied by another tone in a different octave; then another; resulting in a "cold" and creepy, but strangely pleasant, atmosphere that lasts for a couple of minutes. It's definitely my favorite moment on this slab of vinyl, to the point where I've literally forgotten what the other three tracks sound like. I'll have to listen to them again. I mean, the other tracks weren't BAD, just less interesting to me than "Mind Zip."

The only problem with the EP is the sound quality, as the entire record has been cursed with a terrible rushing background noise, but it is less noticeable during louder parts of each track. I always thought it was just my copy, until someone else told me their copy also possessed this anomaly.


July 29, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

"Mind Zip" starts off with what sounds to be some feasible beats and energy in the track. It doesn't go anywhere though and the breakdown is boring.

"Prophets Of The Atomic Age" has an acid line a bit similar to "Nightshift" from Shiver. Or is it just me? Unfortunately, the former sounds like it's missing something, but isn't an altogether poor production and would likely get mass appeal on the dancefloor all the same.

"Sample + Hold" is a solid abstract/experimental tech workout with atmospheric drums and a moody melody of sorts. Nice one.

"Test Subject" is my favourite of the bunch by a longshot. It starts off with some mechanical, raw sounds and then progresses into an industrial techno savage, with hard distorted basslines, and those tenacious raw effects. Unrelenting, this one!!