||1.||"Dot" (Aubrey original mix)|
||2.||"Dot" (Analog People remix)|
||1.||"Dot" (Little Nobody remix)|
||2.||"Dot" (Ozka remix)|
Aubrey's formidable thrust into techno continues, this time via the Dot imprint's second release. Where Dot 1 commissioned remixes from Paul Mac and Miles Sagnia, Dot 2 delegates remixing duties to Analog People and the emerging talent Ozka, while Australian (by the way of Japan) Little Nobody, who just published his novel 100 Years of Vicissitude, rounds out the remixes for the EP. Aubrey's original "Dot" (same name, different sound to "Dot" 1) shares many parallels with the metal cylinder resonance and cloudy reverbs of DeepChord's productions, while the Analog People's use of tidal chords in their remix paints an abundant landscape of sparse dub techno. Little Nobody submits the grittiest of the remixes, counter-balanced by Ozka's groove-laced and lo-fi workout.
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