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Cat: SEMANTICA 73. Rel: 14 Dec 15
Techno
  1. After & Before
  2. Tomorrow Was Yesterday
  3. Now & Then
  4. Now Is Ever
  5. XXXIII
  6. XI
  7. XLIV For Mike
  8. XXII
  9. Hecto
  10. Yotta
  11. Yocta
  12. Zepto
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Officine Di Efesto
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Cat: SEM 075. Rel: 11 Jan 16
Techno
  1. Automa Talos (Donato Dozzy version)
  2. Automa Pandora (Retina It version)
Review: Fans of Italian deep techno brushed with a sense of mystery and intrigue will be all over Officine Di Efesto, this latest 12"slab from Svreca's ever on-point Semantica. On it the Spanish techno force present remixes of two uncredited tracks from Donato Dozzy and Naples duo Retina.It, and the lack of further information doesn't lessen the sonic impact. Dozzy features on the A-side, with his remix of "Automa Talos" a potent exercise in unrelenting techno hypnosis with a strange looped sound that is weirdly reminiscent of ducks quacking present throughout. The Retina.It take on "Automa Pandora" is a much more stripped back, minimal affair that is just as effective.
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Weird & Radical Poets
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Cat: SEMANTICA 047. Rel: 27 Aug 12
Techno
  1. Poet 1
  2. Poet 2
  3. Poet 3
  4. Weird & Radical
Review: Spanish label Semantica continue their prolific run of form with this release from the hitherto unknown Gkahn. Occupying the lighter end of the label's spectrum, the producer's music is a strange hybrid of Drexciyan squelch and "Poet 1" places billowing pitch bent chords on top of warm cushions of bass, while "Poet 2" utilises similarly warm Detroit moods and subtle synth melodies, creating something that wouldn't be out of place on one of Kompakt's better Total compilations. On the flip "Poet #3" takes a mid-tempo groove, subtle elastic bass and rippling percussion to create a skewed take on acid, while "Weird And Radical" which closes the EP is a total departure - a driving techno bomb with furious filtered bassline and gritty lo-fi percussion.
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Wish In The Maze
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Cat: SEM 028. Rel: 16 Dec 13
Techno
  1. Wish In The Maze
  2. Wish In The Maze (Inigo Kennedy remix)
  3. Wish In The Maze (Ancients Methods remix)
Review: Having already graced Semantica with the Tumulto EP earlier this year, Skirt returns to Svreca's label with Wish In The Maze, whose title track provides some eerie halfstep techno with a delicate approach to sound design and as labyrinthine a structure as its name suggests. The remixes are top notch as well, as Token regular Inigo Kennedy provides a version that offers only the merest of regular pulses to the sprawling original, and Ancient Methods adds some slippery breakbeats and overwhelming low end which beef things up considerably.
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Narita Remixed Terminal 1
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Cat: SEM 0441. Rel: 16 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Mountain-Splitter (Surgeon remix) (8:24)
  2. Trance (Yves De Mey Lush 104 remix) (6:39)
  3. Trance (Yves De Mey Env Follower remix) (4:59)
Played by: Daniel Avery, 3.14, ANFS
Review: Enrique 'Svreca' Mena turns to two very different but equally shining lights of the techno community that share his sense of individuality to remix music from the excellent Narita 12" he issued through his own Semantica label in January. First up is Surgeon, who pulls no punches with a fulsome take on "Mountain Splitter" which sounds like it could shift a few tectonic plates if played on the right soundsystem. Complementing this, Belgian artist Yves De Mey focuses on "Trance" and delivers two very distinct remixes with the Lush 104 version deploying a wonderfully off-kilter slow release 4/4 thud whilst the noise-drenched abstraction of the Env Follower take. The latter will appeal to fans of De Mey's excellent Sandwell District release.
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For Your Eyes Only Sampler One
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  1. Svreca & Skirt - "Hymen" (James Ruskin remix)
  2. Oscar Mulero - "Inside The Outside"
  3. DJ Nobu - "Sway"
  4. Recording From Konvent Cal Rosal (Bergueda). Barcelona
Review: Semantica return to For Your Eyes Only, the superb two disc mix put together by label boss Svreca last year, with the first in a series of vinyl samplers. Given the eye catching tracklisting and the all too limited nature of the mix - just 50 copies were pressed - this is a smart move by Semantica and this 12" features a quartet of standout tracks. Ruskin's gravelly reinterpretation of the Svreca and Skirt collaboration "Hymen" sets the tone and is complemented well by the pared back, chiming hypnosis of "Inside The Outside" by Oscar Mulero. "Sway" finds DJ Nobu crafting a cavernous vat of textural pressure and proceedings end on a curious note with the "Recording From Konvent Cal Rosal (Bergueda). Barcelona", an apparent field recording. Look out for the next sampler that features Orphx, Yuka, Tadeo and Grischa Lichtenberger!
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Walk Along The Bottom
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Cat: SEM 076. Rel: 25 Jan 16
Techno
  1. Unknown & Untitled (6:49)
  2. In The Rays Of The Artificial Sun (6:26)
  3. Song About My Neighbours (7:13)
  4. Dig Them Later (7:21)
Review: Although he's been actively producing for over a decade, it was around 2012 that Stanislav Tolkachev experienced something of a meteoric rise. An appearance on a Modularz compilation that year with the track "Building Peaks" was soon followed by release on Dasha Rush's Fullpanda, the late Max Magrini's M_Rec and Mike Parker's Geophone before swiftly being swooped on by Svreca's ever-searching Semantica. The Ukrainian's music is a good fit for the Spanish label, and this third EP for Semantica once again demonstrates few can match Tolkachev's very Detroit sounding, but distinctly European style. The four-track Walk Along The Bottom provides yet more crazed synths, warehouse drums and the beatless "In The Rays Of The Artificial Sun".
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