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Dead Architect Series: Portfolio One
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  1. Eduardo De La Calle - "The Promise"
  2. Elyas - "Adiccion"
  3. Takaaki Itoh - "Dusker"
  4. Adriana Lopez - "Acta"
Review: The link between architecture and techno is long established (as is the connection between music journalism and building design) and on Portfolio One, Developer's label delivers diverse constructions from some of the finest new school techno practitioners. Eduardo de la Calle's "The Promise" features chords that move from foreboding and menacing to spacey and tranced out, all over a rolling groove. Elyas' "Adiccion" is also designed for the dance floor, but more driving and percussive, while Takaaki Itoh's "Dusker" juxtaposes breathy vocals with pounding beats. Adriana Lopez also balances the demands of the dance floor with melodic elements and her 'Acta' sees chiming bells unfold over a lithe, steely rhythm.
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Dispatches From LA
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Cat: MODULARZ 026. Rel: 21 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Key Maker (6:50)
  2. Spiral Form (6:49)
  3. Ascender Calling (6:50)
  4. The Sphere (6:37)
Review: There's always been a bit of a "no frills" feel to Developer's output. The Los Angeles producer specializes in the kind of functional, no-nonsense techno that comes into its own when played over booming club sound systems. The four tracks featured on this latest EP fall into the same bracket. With the exception of the melodious, chiming closer "The Sphere", what you get from these Dispatches From L.A is thunderous, in-your-face beats, unsettling looped riffs, snaking modular electronics, pitched-down vocal snippets, and occasional mind-altering acid lines. In other words, this is straight-up club techno for concrete-clad warehouses, dark and dusty basements, and wayward mornings after.
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Played by: Stephen Mahoney
In Pure Form: Part 1
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Cat: MOD 016A. Rel: 04 Aug 14
Techno
  1. IPF01 (6:00)
  2. IPF02 (5:51)
  3. IPF03 (5:56)
  4. IPF04 (5:50)
Review: In terms of prolific techno artists, few others can match the output of Los Angeles-based Adrian Sandoval who has jettisoned over 30 releases in the past six years as Developer with the majority arriving via his own Modularz label. In Pure Form sees Sandoval take the raw, tunnelling brand of techno he's made his own as Developer and apply it to the album format. The full digital version of the album contains some 25 "tracks direct from the Developer factory of techno" all of which are named "In Pure Form". The vinyl edition pares the selection down to 12 and spreads them across three 12"s with this first one a perfect introduction to what to expect should you wish for a taste of the full In Pure Form experience.
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Zenith Positions EP
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Cat: MODULARZ 018. Rel: 16 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Developer - "Power Dynamics" (7:01)
  2. Ascion - "Wrth 2" (4:36)
  3. Developer - "Defined By Gravity" (6:59)
  4. Ascion - "Exaline" (4:34)
Review: Next up on Modularz, ever-prolific label boss Developer has invited former guest Ascion back to contribute to a new split EP. Of course with Developer you always know where you stand, and sure enough the techno comes focused and functional on "Power Dynamics" where a minimum of elements is needed to stamp out an instructive techno command. "Defined By Gravity" is a busier affair with its off-key synth lines, but the beats stay right on course. Ascion however has a fuller sound that embraces bigger dynamics, even on a track as carefully steered as "Wrth 2". "Exaline" makes for the deepest kind of acid techno you could wish for, drowning the 303 in reverb for a wonderfully psychedelic effect.
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Played by: Kirk Degiorgio
The Drifter EP
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Cat: MODULARZ 030. Rel: 29 May 17
Techno
  1. The Drifter (7:27)
  2. Last Seen Leaving (6:41)
  3. Never Somewhere (6:11)
Review: Aside from his own Edit Select Records, Anthony MacKinnon aka Edit Select has been a big player in some very big labels like Prologue and Ostgut Ton throughout the years. The present Modularz has also been a core driver of the man's deep-minded techno frameworks, and this new EP feels like a return to form. Opening the skies is "The Drifter", a classic slice of headstrong techno spewing with bleeping atmospherics and propelled forwards by a sleek, tenebrous gust of ambience. On the flip, "Last Seen Leaving" heads deeper into the whirlpool thanks to a hypnotic groove, and "Never Somewhere" offers a much needed dose of acid to inject a little nerves into the equation. That's us enjoying ourselves in case you hadn't understood...
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Seeking Loyalty EP
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Cat: MODULARZ 28. Rel: 13 Feb 17
Techno
  1. Seeking Loyalty (5:57)
  2. Distinction (5:58)
  3. Next Form (6:18)
  4. Obtain It (6:08)
Review: Having only just released an EP through Midgar, 2017 looks set to be a winning year for techno deviant Von Grall. The Semantica associate is up on Modularz this week, and from the tenebrous sounds of "Seeking Loyalty", it's clear that the producer is in absolutely no mood to stray outside of the techno framework. This is some pretty dark material. "Distinction" is another hefty roller of a tune, this time stripped-back to a hypnotic sequence of bleeps and airy pads while, on the flipside, "Next Form" bashes out a cacophonous flurry of electrifying tones, and "Obtain It" flutters its pulsating bass tones over a minimalistic array of 6am sonics. Nasty, unforgiving gear for the dancefloor.
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Played by: Kessell, Sonitus Eco
Approaching Singularity EP
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Cat: MODULARZ 031. Rel: 26 Jun 17
Techno
  1. One Ten (4:37)
  2. Entranced (7:35)
  3. Mist (6:04)
  4. Alley Groove (4:52)
Ecliptica EP
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Cat: MODULARZ 29. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Techno
  1. Ecliptica 01 (5:20)
  2. Ecliptica 02 (6:06)
  3. Ecliptica 03 (5:36)
  4. Ecliptica 04 (5:43)
Global Patterns Part 2
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Cat: MODULARZ 27. Rel: 12 Dec 16
Techno
  1. Rebus (6:04)
  2. Worn Out Places (6:33)
  3. Run In Circles (5:37)
  4. Bullet Train (6:01)
Dead Architect Series: Portfolio Two
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  1. Rhomb - "System Co1d" (6:29)
  2. Datura Dilema - "Illuminace" (5:49)
  3. Christian Wunsch - "Marduk" (6:04)
  4. Christian Wunsch - "Tilmun" (6:25)
Review: Adrian Sandoval aka Developer has truly nurtured his Modularz imprint into one of THE homes for contemporary American techno. His Dead Architect Series returns with three outside artists, all of them perfectly capable of blasting out a succession of kicks and snares which'll club you over the head before you can say "Berghain"! Rhomb is all icy and sparse on "System Co1d", and "Illuminace" by Datura Dilema growls its way across bleeps and clicks. On the flip, Christian Wunsch delivers to hard-hitting techno cuts, both of them expertly stripped back and compressed for Funktion One use. All is in order.
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Transmisiones Atlanticas A EP
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Cat: MODULARZ 021A. Rel: 16 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Transmisiones 1 (6:05)
  2. Transmisiones 2 (5:35)
  3. Transmisiones 3 (5:49)
  4. Transmisiones 4 (5:53)
Review: Hector Sandoval's Tensal moniker has become synonymous with tenebrous, droned-out techno that punishes dancers and mutilates dance floors across the globe. The majority of his output has come through his own Tensal label, or the excellent Modularz where he returns to with the present Transmisiones Atlanticas A. The four bruisers are part of one vision, rather than split tracks, and there's a feeling of crescendo throughout the EP; from the head-first techno tool that is Part 1, to more concrete and bumpy flavours on Part 2, and the Regis-like stumbles of Part 3 and 4, the latter of which is the darkest of the four and probably the meanest, too.
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Transmisiones Atlanticas B EP
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Cat: MODULARZ 021B. Rel: 16 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Atlanticas 1 (5:40)
  2. Atlanticas 2 (6:05)
  3. Atlanticas 3 (5:53)
  4. Atlanticas 4 (6:05)
Review: Dropping on us like a load of bombs, this is the second part of Tensal's Transmisiones Atlanticas, and after the chilling peaks and troths of the first part, we expect nothing but brutality and grey-scaled psychedelia from the man. As such, Hector Sandoval offers another four effective techno loops with the dance floor clearly in mind, and it's the sort of ominous techno that has become one with the likes of Berlin's Berghain, London's Fabric, or Ibiza's Space. Minimal, building basslines guided by intricate percussion patterns and steady, driving drum loops. TECHNO at its finest.
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Played by: Developer
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