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Attention Please
Attention Please (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ART OA2. Rel: 01 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Attention Please (5:56)
  2. Lounge Music (6:51)
  3. Mean Streets (4:26)
  4. Cosmic Dance (6:06)
Review: Back to 96: The 4th Wave was a producer named Steve Paton. Also operating under aliases such as The Invisibles and Lo-Fi Sensibilities (when he appeared on Mo Wax), Steve didn't remain active for too long outside of the 90s but he left us two killer EPs. One on Planet E in 95 and this one on Kirk Degiorgio's Op-Art in 96. Reissued for the first time, and now featuring the twinkling downtempo delight "Lounge Music" (which was only ever previously available on a compilation), it's a powerful example of the Detroit/UK feedback loop at the time as both techno hubs were influencing each other. "Attention Please" rolls out the breaks, "Mean Streets" bites like a woozy UR record while "Cosmic Dance" whips up a tribal frenzy for the finale. 23 years old and still sounding future.
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Recycler EP
Cat: ART EL. Rel: 25 Jun 19
Techno
  1. May The Force Be With Us! (6:36)
  2. Mamoulian (7:01)
  3. Hangover (3:15)
  4. Fractal View (5:43)
  5. Quiddity (6:34)
Review: From the first beat, you'd assume this early techno sounding cut was presumably from Detroit, and could have been by Derrick May himself - but you know it isn't. Turns out it is from the early Eevolute catalogue, a Dutch label created by Steffen Robbers and Wladimir M in 1991 that receives a reissue here on Kirk Degiorgio's ART imprint. Indeed, Eevolute developed a strong affinity with the Motor City, so much so that connections were built between them and Carl Craig's Planet E - and reciprocal releases appeared on both labels. Erwin van Moll aka Max404 released the Recycler EP in 1992 and it's a much sought after classic, demanding high prices on the second hand market. From the aforementioned Transmat vibe on hi-tech funk cuts like "May The Force Be With Us!" or "Fractal View" through to epically forest excursions in techno-soul as heard on "Mamoulian" or sublime downbeat IDM experiments like "Quiddity" which could have equally been at home on a label like Peacefrog at the time - this is absolutely timeless stuff!
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Fragments (remastered)
Cat: ARTEL 1. Rel: 28 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Hybrids I (0:36)
  2. Fragments (6:41)
  3. Hybrids III (0:45)
  4. Remembrance (5:45)
  5. Hybrids II (0:55)
  6. Mayflower (5:03)
  7. Hybrids IV (0:44)
  8. Within You (7:04)
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