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Volumi Dinamici
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Cat: SEM 087CD. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Massa
  2. Disteso (with Blazej Malinowski)
  3. Ostinato
  4. Aleatorio
  5. Nova
  6. Velato
  7. Nitido
  8. Segmento
  9. Materia
  10. Riflesso (with Dino Sabatini)
  11. Distacco
Review: Since making his debut at the tail end of the last decade, Claudio Porceddu has delivered music that delights in sidestepping convention. The Italian experimentalist's albums are chock full of distinctively atmospheric and often foreboding tracks that most naturally nestle in the cracks between established genres. He's at it again on Volumi Diamici, a superb set that incorporates elements of drone, ambient, dub techno, IDM, sound design, industrial murkiness and horror-influenced synth-scapes, without ever sounding contrived. Porceddu's inctinctive fusions are unified by a pervading sense of dread; a kind of ghostly darkness that's in turns claustrophobic, inspired and hugely entertaining.
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Zenith
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Zenith (CD)
Cat: JAM 003CD. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Zenith
  2. Elevator
  3. Komet
  4. Frozen
  5. Survive
  6. Hypnotize (feat Zoe)
  7. Moonless
  8. Plastique
  9. Gravity
  10. Alone
Review: Despite boasting a discography that stretches all the way back to 1994, Italian techno stalwart Sam Paganini has tended to shy away from the full-length format. Zenith is only his third album to date, and his first since the Drumcode-released Satellite in 2014. While largely dancefloor-focused, it's perhaps a little more varied and far-sighted than some may expect. Thrusting but rubbery club techno workouts (see the tribal-tinged "Elevator", moody "Komet" and bombastic "Hypnotise") are joined by more cerebral cuts that variously touch on Pete Namlook style ambient ("Alone"), French Touch synth-pop ("Plastique"), dreamy broken house ("Moonless") and punchy acid-electro ('Frozen").
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Feel The Same
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Cat: RSCD 1. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. 2nd Home
  2. Forana
  3. Feel The Same
  4. Trans
  5. Draw
  6. Axis
  7. 101
  8. Geisterstadt
  9. Parallels
  10. With U
  11. No Words/Just This
  12. Rize
  13. Gaikokujin
Review: Despite having a hand in numerous full-length excursions over the years, Matt Edwards has not previously released a solo album under his most famous alias, Radio Slave. It's for this reason that Feel The Same, a debut album two decades in the making, feels like a significant release. Certainly, it sounds like a set created by a producer comfortable in his own skin, capable of so much more than the club-ready workouts he's renowned for. While it contains a number of bona fide dancefloor slammers - see the Twilo-era Tenaglia-influenced title track, bustling Drexciyan electro of "Geisterstadt", new wave throb of "Trans" and Motor City/Berlin fusion of "Axis" - there are also impeccable trips into ambient, IDM, and dreamy, proto-rave.
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