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ASCSpace Echo EP

Label:Samurai Red Seal – SMGRS07
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Blue, Marbled
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Abstract, Drum n Bass, Experimental, Techno, Halftime

Tracklist

A1Ignite
A2Space Echo
B1Reveal
B2Vanium
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Notes

Comes with a limited artwork A4 insert (SMG Store Exclusive).

Other Versions (2)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Space Echo EP (4×File, WAV, EP)Samurai Red SealSMGRS07WAVGermany2016
New Submission
Space Echo EP (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Limited Edition, Repress, Marbled)Samurai Red SealSMGRS07Germany2018

Reviews

matviscafcb's avatar
matviscafcb
Don't pay ridiculous price, repress is available for pre order at SMG store
misterfree88's avatar
misterfree88
Of a rare depth, his dystopian universe is more alarmist than ever from the opening of the album: "Ignite" announces the color of the game with an acid and nervous imprint. The rigorous beat and the heavy bass are in tune with this corrosive backbone, as if to bring to light this demonic arpeggio which fuses like a comet inflamed through the intergalactic horizons that Imagine The Future had allowed us to explore.
Burning tablecloths that encompass a vast landscape torn by uncompromising hi-hats, to the monotonous bass that brings despair to this rainy expanse swept by waves of white noise, is full of desolation in the title track "Space Echo" . The evocative power of this piece is such that it manages to bring to the background a technical achievement that is always impeccable.
On side B, "Reveal" continues the adventure with a mechanical beat, sharp and bounced, enriched by a metallic echo and heady bleeps. Here we are caught in the eye of an industrial cyclone, in the center of which the contours of a techno uptempo, as much by the sound aesthetics as by the very gradual unfolding of the piece.
Finally, "Vanium" proposes a firm rhythmic base, centered around an insistent and fast foot, on which evolves a dissonant arpeggio worthy of these nightmares of which one wakes up with the heart in excess. It is not the windy resonance that whistles in the background that will comfort us, let alone the ghostly webs that haunt this space more restricted than usual.
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daniel.at.work's avatar
does anybody knows if it plays at 33 or 45 !?
sicklical's avatar
sicklical
Ladies and gentlemen, I believe we are looking at the future of music. Stunning.