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Heldled
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Heldled (12")
Cat: MORK 007. Rel: 09 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Dreamer (8:34)
  2. Heldled (5:07)
  3. Drained (7:40)
Review: 1800Haightstreet are not your average Vancouver outfit. Whilst most on the Canadian Rivera tend to focus on fluid, dreamy, new age inspired deep house, ambient and IDM, this crew is more interested in the potential of dusty, grime-encrusted techno. That's not to say that they're averse to melodies and fluttering synth patterns - all three tracks include notably fluid, off-kilter musical elements - just that they're main inspiration seems to be the rhythmic power of hardware-produced techno. That's evident on the acid-flecked hypnotism of "Dreamer", the cymbal-driven pump of the bittersweet "Heldled", and the blissful dancefloor jack of closer "Drained".
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Endless
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Endless (3xLP)
Cat: LT 040. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Techno
  1. The Ram
  2. Permafrost
  3. Endless
  4. Psychic
  5. Flood
  6. Diagonal Iris
  7. Vanisher
  8. Intuitionist
  9. Manitoban
  10. Super Intelligent
  11. Past Life Memory
  12. Razor
H 001A
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H 001A (12")
Cat: H 001A. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Industrial/Noise
  1. DNAonDNA - "No Thanks, I'd Rather Stay In The Ivory Tower" (6:53)
  2. Antonio - "Untitled 999" (4:31)
  3. Bielefel Murder Boys - "What The Fuck Is Wrong With Storage Company These Days" (5:14)
  4. 188HaightStreet - "Necklace Of Heads" (6:44)
Review: The first release on the freshly minted Heteroerotic Asypyxiation imprint delivers a veritable smorgasbord of skewed, left-of-centre oddness shot through with decaying, post-industrial intent. For proof, check the hard-to-define, end-of-days murkiness of DNAonDNA's claustrophobic, end-of-days opener "No Thanks, I'd Rather Stay In The Ivory Tower" (kind of like Cabaret Voltaire making broken beat in a dungeon) and the nightmarish, psychedelic exotica of 188HaightStreet's wonky, Arabic techno shuffler "Necklace of Heads". In between, you'll find the wild-eyed, distorted tribal techno stomp of Antonia's "Untitled 99" and the fizzing drums and twisted, elongated analogue bass of "What The Fuck Is Wrong With Storage Company These Days" by Bielefeld Murder Boys. Brilliantly bonkers.
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