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Future Modular
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Future Modular (12" repress)
Cat: MOTE 038. Rel: 18 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Future Modular
  2. Riot In Silo 12
  3. Serc
Review: While Luke Slater is busy as always, his Planetary Assault Systems output has slowed since the release of the all conquering Messenger LP for Ostgut Ton in 2011. For this Future Modular 12", Slater is less visceral and more arpeggiated than previous releases, harking back to a '90s-early-2000s PAS-sound, specifically the A-side's title-track. On the B-sides there's the deep, trippy and linear "Serc", but before that there's a sinister "Riot In Silo 12" that's showered in 909-hi-hats to get through first.
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The Eyes Themselves
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The Eyes Themselves (12" repress)
Cat: MOTE 041. Rel: 18 Apr 16
Techno
  1. The Eyes Themselves
  2. Strange Attractor
  3. Arc
Review: Some new Planetary Assault Systems material from Mr Luke Slater is always a welcome sight and The Eyes Themselves finds the techno pioneer on suitably mind bending form. Issued naturally by his own Mote Evolver, this three track 12" bristles with the sort of intense, physical energy that makes the music feel alive and somewhat alien with the title track a perfect embodiment. Across the six minutes, "The Eyes Themselves" develops from a dark throb into full blown techno psychedelia that possesses the ability to draw the more open minds into another dimension. Similar things could be said about "Strange Attractor" so we will draw your attention to the B side cut "Arc" where intensity is the predominant characteristic across the eight thrilling minutes.
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No Exit
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No Exit (12")
Cat: MOTE 037. Rel: 16 Sep 13
Techno
  1. No Exit
  2. Undertow
  3. Nanendi
Review: After the recent announcement of a forthcoming L.B Dub Corp album, Luke Slater's other alias, Planetary Assault Systems, provides its first transmission of 2013. Fans of "Bell Blocker" from PAS' stellar The Messenger album from 2011 will instantly warm to the cold chimes of "No Exit", while pink noise cushions the brooding, pitch-dark groove of "Undertow". Slater then introduces agitated mind games on the EPs inner B-side with "Nanendi", which sounds like a school of crickets trapped in a haunted cathedral of distant Gregorian chant.
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Planetary Funk 22 Light Years Series: Part I
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  1. Dungeon (O Phase remix) (8:12)
  2. The Gated (Ben Sims edit) (6:26)
  3. Dungeon (PAS 1997 original) (6:24)
Razors EP
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Razors EP (12")
Cat: MOTE 033. Rel: 10 Dec 12
Techno
  1. Razors
  2. Over
  3. Bloodless
  4. Trouble
Review: With an ever-widening presence in the modern vanguard of militant techno, Shifted once again sidles up to his regular haunt of Mote Evolver to hammer home some inescapable truths about monochrome dancefloor physics. On all four tracks, there's an unrelenting urgency borne by the steadfast arrangements of rhythmic devices, all locked in so tight the notion of individual elements seems irrelevant. "Razors" grinds and crackles with precision, while "Over" frays into fractals at the edge of its looping drums. "Bloodless" operates a lone acid sentry while "Trouble" hunches down into a mechanical whirr, but all these cuts will do the damage when it counts.
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Different Strokes
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Cat: MOTE 042. Rel: 11 May 15
Techno
  1. Stroke 1 (5:18)
  2. Stroke 2 (6:01)
  3. Stroke 3 (4:38)
  4. Stroke 4 (6:17)
Review: The title of this release could sum up Steve Rachmad's diverse career. From the deep techno of the early Sterac releases through the widescreen electro of Sterac Electronics and the tougher projects like Scorp, he has brought his expertise and finesse to a range of styles. For this outing on Luke Slater's label, the Dutch artist remains in harder territory. "Stroke 1" sees clipped drums underpin a dark, ebm bass, while "Stroke 2" explores this sound in more depth, as a grinding low end is fused with hissing percussive ticks. "Stroke 3" and "Stroke 4" return to more typical Sterac territory, with swaggering rhythms unfolding to the sound of bubbly bass tones and dubbed out drums.
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