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Just In Time
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Cat: AVN 022. Rel: 01 Feb 16
  1. Lender Of Last Resort (7:05)
  2. Resource Extraction (5:32)
  3. Everyday Extinction (6:24)
  4. Chorleywood Bread (6:12)
Played by: JLG, Sonitus Eco
Review: With just the one 400ppm release to his name, 2013's high-octane No Nocere 12" for Avian, you would be forgiven for thinking this was a one-off project from New York's Shawn O'Sullivan. However, given his various other solo and collaborative endeavours (Further Reductions and Civil Duty being the most prominent of the latter) it's no surprise to see a dearth of 400ppm goodness. All that changes with Just In Time, the first 12" of what looks to be a more productive year for Shifted's Avian label than their 2015, and a record that features four superb productions from O'Sullivan. Those wanting some stripped back techno blessed with heady, warping drones and frenetic sequencing will find plenty to enjoy here; "Everyday Extinction" sounds particularly mind-bending.
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Cat: AVN 021. Rel: 12 Oct 15
  1. PRTN:_001/1 (7:27)
  2. PRTN:_002/1 (5:42)
  3. PRTN:_003/1 (7:01)
  4. PRTN:_001/2 (8:47)
  5. PRTN:_002/2 (6:41)
  6. PRTN:_003/2 (7:02)
Played by: HVL
Review: A newly invigorated Avian is back on course after closing sister label Mira, and is now an equal home to outer limits sound experiments and peak time techno weapons. Enter Lituus, aka Chicago artist Connor Camburn, who debuts on the label after a string of cassette releases on Brave Mysteries, Notice Recordings and Marzuka Editions. 19805.-_19905 is a series of single take recordings on hardware instruments. He is quoted as saying that he looked to "express ideas of the unravelling or "de-composition" of musical or architectural spaces through musical forms imagined as inverted contours and negative spaces." Tracks such as "PRTN:_001/.1" and "PRTN:_003/.1" feature not more than an arpeggio whose repetition wanders aimlessly, but no doubt engages this listener with the sense of trance that it induces. PRTN:_001/.2" inflicts the high pitched ringing of an oscillator at full rate alongside feedback and background tape noise. On "PRTN:_003/.2" the delicate melody of an analogue chime dances atop of a flanged signal, sounding like cars speeding over a motorway, it's quite brilliant in its simplicity.
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This Heavy Heart
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Cat: AVN 023. Rel: 29 Feb 16
  1. Whatever's Left To Say (6:48)
  2. Intervention (5:49)
  3. Ivory Tower (5:42)
  4. Domestic (5:41)
Arrangements In Monochrome Part 2
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Cat: AVN 018. Rel: 15 Dec 14
  1. The Incoherent
  2. Arrangement In Monochrome II
  3. Second Wash
  4. Entartung
  5. Lenine
Review: This second Arrangements in Monochrome 12" in a strange hardcore techno kind of way is a lot more delicate than its forbearer. These subtleties are best heard in this record's less visceral tracks like the deep Italian brand of bassline rhythms experienced in "Second Wash", to "Lenine", a track which could easily find its way to the record collection of Paul Purgas, and "The Incoherent", a production reminiscent of Milton Bradley's earlier works. They are, however, off set by pounding productions found in the under water Mike Parker modulations of "Arrangement In Monochrome II" and the dirty thumps of a Mike Dehnert sounding "Entartung".
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Cat: AVIAN ??. Rel: 06 Jun 16
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The Purification Loops
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Cat: AVN 014. Rel: 14 Apr 14
  1. Loop One
  2. Loop Two
  3. Loop Three
  4. Loop Four
  5. Loop Five
  6. Loop Six
Review: The Purification Loops may be Sigha's debut proper on Avian, but the Berlin-based producer is no stranger to the label operated by Shifted and Ventress. There have been numerous Sigha remixes on Avian releases since the label was established, and Avian have also revealed he was behind the self-styled "S & M techno tools" project A Vision Of Love. Some six tracks deep, The Purification Loops find Sigha "blurring the lines between the dance floor and the ritual chamber" and it fits right in with the direction explored recently by anonymous Swedish duo SHXCXCHCXSH on their Avian return. Prolonged repetition seems to be the order of the day, even if this takes a more meditative form on "Loop Three" or club ready in others - "Loop Four" and "Five" seem destined to test the structures of the more heady techno clubs.
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