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submitted Joel Andrews - Celestia. over 3 years ago
posted a review of Avrocar - Guidance. over 10 years ago
What a beautiful ep this is! I cant remember where I picked it up, but it must have been 2nd hand, and I am really happy I found this gem. This is electronica at its best, think Boards of Canada, think Kettle and maybe even think early Pink Floyd. I was ... See full review
posted a review of Duracel +/- Interr-Ference - Untitled. over 11 years ago
On this video, five lo-fi acid techno tracks are accompanied by flashing black/white/grey graphic patterns and some kind of experimental home video (an image of water trickling away in a kitchen sink is manipulated and morphed). Maybe this is not as ... See full review
posted a review of Rhythim Is Rhythim - Nude Photo (Remixes). over 12 years ago
Three full-on rave/ hardcore remixes on this release. Unfortunately, there is not much left of the classic original. Maybe this is the reason why this record never found a proper release...
posted a review of Force Of Nature - Sequencer. over 12 years ago
The title track is a cheeky rip-off, or should i say tribute, to Jean-Michel Jarre´s Arpegiator. Nevertheless a great release and especially the dark and slowed down Rekid Remix sends shivers down my spine.
posted a review of SP 23 / Unit Moebius - Out Of The Blue. over 14 years ago
This records brings four blinding, untitled hard acid tracks in the typical SPIRAL TRIBE vein: three are hard throbbing tekkno tracks with distorted acid sounds and track number four is quite unique. I guess the record itself is designed to be played on ... See full review
posted a review of Damage Inc. - Turn Around. over 15 years ago
"Turn around" is a happy hardcore track that starts with a loop of BONNIE TYLERs "Total Eclipse of the heart":
"Turn around...every now and then I get a little bit lonely and you're never coming round...". The loop fades out and another voice sets in: ... See full review
posted a review of Riot Squad / Psyodomy - I. over 15 years ago
That is what I call a nice split 12": One very extreme gabba track with lots of distorted guitar samples, lots of screaming and lots of mad, stupid fun - typical Rob Gee-Style. A track your parents will hate! On the flip side you find a slow and trancey, ... See full review