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Beta Evers

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Eruption (12")
Cat: SGX 03. Rel: 26 Sep 17
  1. Don't Be Afraid (4:53)
  2. Move In My Body Rhythm (4:42)
  3. Eruptive (4:05)
  4. Destination (5:06)
Review: When it comes to creating chilly coldwave and new wave influenced dark electro, few producers can boast as impressive a discography as Brigitte Enzler AKA Beta Evers. She returned to action earlier this year following a six-year absence via a track on a split EP on Peripheral Minimal, and here delivers her first solo 12" since 2008. She begins with the sharp, horror-influenced synth motifs and bustling drum machine beats of "Don't Be Afraid", before exploring more aggressive and mind-altering territory on the sleazy "Move In My Body Rhythm". Flip for the creepy, triple time hustle of "Eruption" and the moody but clattering throb of "Destination".
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 in stock $12.15
Split (12")
Cat: PM 20. Rel: 27 Feb 18
  1. Beta Evers - "Hiding" (4:41)
  2. Beta Evers - "Soundtrack For A Tomorrow" (4:30)
  3. Beta Evers & Heinrich Mueller - "Innerhalb Der Zeit" (4:37)
  4. Spatial Relation - "Highly Questionable" (4:23)
  5. Spatial Relation - "Last Night I Dreamt" (3:24)
  6. Spatial Relation - "Spectrum Of Hues" (3:26)
Review: Jason B.Bernard's Peripheral Minimal is one of those labels which rarely disappoints, especially when the release concerns a collaborative effort from some of the most sought-after names in the electronic sphere. Beta Evers, a legendary coldwave Goddess from the 70s and 80s, rolls through with two magnetic slices of electro-infused gnarliness that take the genre back to its core roots, and she's backed by Drexciya's legendary Heinrich Muller on "Innerhalb Der Zeit". On the flip, Spatial Relation is armed with three further shots of cold-blooded drum machine funk with that inimitable warehouse feel... sounding a bit like Berlin back in the mid 80s. Heavy and tipped!
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Played by: Rogér
 in stock $12.44
Cat: DARK 004. Rel: 30 Nov 15
  1. June - "Between 2 Fires" (4:52)
  2. Beta Evers - "Don't Believe It" (3:57)
  3. Beta Evers - "Endzeitvision" (3:53)
  4. SSRI - "Storage Capabilities" (7:17)
Review: Berlin's In The Dark Again does not stick to one particular style or genre of music, and this is precisely what we've loved about their output thus far. Artists such as Heinrich Dressel, Ekoplekz, and even In Aeternam Vale have appeared on the label, but number four in the series marks the arrival of a few new names. First up on the A-side is June with "Between 2 Fires", a tune that sends cold waves through metallic electro beats; this is followed by the first cut from Beta Evers, the beautifully wonky techno cut entitled "Don't Believe It". Evers is back on the B1 with "Endzeitvision", an acid-laced stomper complete with mesmerising background cinematics, while SSRI drops a whole load of cerebral sonics on his "Storage Capabilities" tune - odd, broken, and perfectly gloomy.
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 in stock $9.67
Cat: LINDA 003. Rel: 23 Mar 18
  1. Eternal (Ancient Methods Autumn mix) (8:23)
  2. Eternal (Ancient Methods Mild Pitch mix) (5:43)
  3. Eternal (Ancient Methods Distance mix) (6:21)
 in stock $9.40
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