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Dispel Dances
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Cat: 50WEAPONSCD 004. Rel: 31 Oct 11
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Watching The Ships Go Down
  2. Bitten By The Snake
  3. To All The Voices
  4. Stone Cold Hug
  5. Handsome Talks The Talk
  6. I Shouldn't Even Be Here
  7. In The Bull Run
  8. Statical
  9. Black Friesian Monoliths
  10. Say My Name
Played by: Zenner
Review: This surprise debut album from German mystery men Anstam should be a cause for celebration. Having first made waves between 2007 and 2009 with a trio of bleak 12" singles that pitted contemporary grime and dubstep rhythms against classic and contemporary techno sounds, the fiercely secretive duo have released very little since. Dispel Dances continues that fruitful exploration of bass music's past and present, sneaking in Detroitian tech-jazz ("To All The Voices", "Handsome Talks The Talk") and hectic, next-level dubstep-jazz ("In The Bell Run") amidst the dubwise rhythms, basement atmospheres and smoky Berlin textures. The results are every bit as impressive as you'd expect.
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Names
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Names (CD)
Cat: MTR 050CD. Rel: 29 Sep 14
Bass
  1. Names
  2. Muscle Memories
  3. I Stopped Counting
  4. Fragments Of The Good Old Days
  5. So Be It
  6. My Messengerette
  7. Terry Has Got It All
  8. The Obvious & The Imbeccable
  9. Patrick, Frank & Joe Are Chasing The White Rabbitoh
  10. Names (reprise)
Review: Lars "Anstam" Stoewe has long been part of Modeselektor's extended family of artists, releasing his first two albums on their 50 Weapons label. While those first two sets were characterized by a desire to blend punishing dancefloor rhytms with elements of IDM and dark ambience, Names - his third LP - is a largely more considered affair, with shards of light amongst the gathering gloom. Of course, he's not totally abandoned the skittering rhythms and maudlin basslines - see the sweeping chords and intense beats of "I Stopped Counting" and the rushing post-dubstep blast of "Fragments of the Good Old Days" - but these moments are countered by hazy songs and sweet soundscapes, with the superb "The Obvious & The Impeccable" standing out.
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Stones & Woods
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Cat: 50WEAPONCD 10. Rel: 29 Oct 12
Bass
  1. Morning Shiver Down The Black Wood River
  2. Hope's Soliloquy
  3. Me & Them
  4. Heart's Soliloquy
  5. My Dreams Are Made Of Steam
  6. Handsome Dances The Dance
  7. Time Will Show You Who I Am
  8. The Herald & The Lamb
  9. Shoulders
Review: Under his Anstam guise, Lars Stoewe seems to specialize in the sort of moody, hard-to-pigeonhole fare that flits in the crawl space between murky IDM, experimental dubstep and nightmarish ambience. Stones and Woods, his second album, builds on the formula first explored on his 2011 debut, Dispel Dances. Typically, it refuses to sit still, showcasing a trademark style that often puts clandestine atmospherics above rhythmic naval-gazing. Ironically, it's when he melds the two - such as on the distorted live drums and odd noises of "Me & Them", or high-speed "Handsome Dances The Dance" - that Stones and Woods really hits home.
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Names
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Names (LP)
Cat: MTR 050LP. Rel: 06 Oct 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Names
  2. Muscle Memories
  3. I Stopped Counting
  4. Fragments Of The Good Old Days
  5. So Be It
  6. My Messengerette
  7. Terry Has Got It All
  8. The Obvious & The Impeccable
  9. Patrick, Frank & Joe Are Chasing The White Rabbitoh
  10. Names (reprise)
Review: Lars "Anstam" Stoewe has long been part of Modeselektor's extended family of artists, releasing his first two albums on their 50 Weapons label. While those first two sets were characterized by a desire to blend punishing dancefloor rhytms with elements of IDM and dark ambience, Names - his third LP - is a largely more considered affair, with shards of light amongst the gathering gloom. Of course, he's not totally abandoned the skittering rhythms and maudlin basslines - see the sweeping chords and intense beats of "I Stopped Counting" and the rushing post-dubstep blast of "Fragments of the Good Old Days" - but these moments are countered by hazy songs and sweet soundscapes, with the superb "The Obvious & The Impeccable" standing out.
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Dolores
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Dolores (12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 046. Rel: 16 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Anstam - "Dolores" (7:57)
  2. Monolake - "VT-100" (6:13)
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