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Green EP
Green EP (12")
Cat: INF 025. Rel: 05 Jun 23
 
Techno
Invitation (5:40)
New Designation (7:20)
Aeternum (Meridian) (5:49)
Desire & Memory (Live Extraction) (6:40)
Review: Trusty techno talent Function keeps it relatively deep on this new EP for the Infrastructure label. It kicks off with the backlit glow and delicate techno hypnosis of 'Invitation' with its funky broken drums and mournful pads, while 'New Designation' is moody ambient from a space mission far off in the future. 'Aeternum Meridian' rides on an electro-tinged rhythm with more sustained chords bringing a sense of finality and melancholy and then 'Desire & Memory Live Extraction' brings a more dystopian sound with thunderous claps and wiry synths. A well-crafted EP with lots to offer.
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Subject F: Transcendence
Cat: EAUX 1491. Rel: 08 Jul 20
 
Techno
Binaural (9:04)
Desire & Memory (8:46)
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Existenz
Existenz (2xCD)
Cat: TRESOR315 CD. Rel: 03 Dec 19
 
Techno
Sagittarius A (Right Ascension)
Pleasure Discipline
Ertrinken
Growth Cycle (feat Robert Owens)
Zahlensender
The Approach
Nylon Mood
Alphabet City
Don't Ask, Don't Tell
No Entiendes
Kurzstrecke
Golden Dawn (feat Stefanie Parnow)
Interdimensional Interference
Distant Paradise
Be (feat Robert Owens)
Vampire
Downtown 161
Review: In recent years, David Sumner's music as Function has tended towards the dark, lo-fi, industrial and minimal. "Existenz", his first solo album in six years, is an altogether more melodious, thoughtful and ear-catching affair. Of course, there are still some suitably mangled, mind-altering club cuts on show - see the buzzing, shape-shifting heaviness of "Ertrinken", the spaced-out hypnotism of "Kurzstrecke" and the Berghain-ready "Vampire" - but these largely play second fiddle to more playful and tuneful expressions of electro, Detroit style techno, dreamy fusions of deep house and early UK style tech-house, and ambient cuts so lovely you'll want to bathe in them. He even makes room for a couple of vocal collaborations with Robert Owens. It all adds up to a stunning set that's undoubtedly one of the most instantly arresting techno albums of the year.
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Existenz
Existenz (gatefold 4xLP (side 8 etched) + insert)
Cat: TRESOR 315. Rel: 27 Nov 19
 
Techno
Sagittarius A (Right Ascension) (5:16)
Pleasure Discipline (5:57)
Ertrinken (5:37)
Growth Cycle (feat Robert Owens) (6:01)
Zahlensender (7:56)
The Approach (3:36)
Nylon Mood (6:26)
Alphabet City (5:38)
Don't Ask, Don't Tell (6:05)
No Entiendes (6:56)
Kurzstrecke (6:45)
Golden Dawn (feat Stefanie Parnow) (7:27)
Interdimensional Interferenc (5:58)
Distant Paradise (8:03)
Be (feat Robert Owens) (4:51)
Vampir (6:27)
Downtown 161 (11:32)
Review: In recent years, David Sumner's music as Function has tended towards the dark, lo-fi, industrial and minimal. "Existenz", his first solo album in six years, is an altogether more melodious, thoughtful and ear-catching affair. Of course, there are still some suitably mangled, mind-altering club cuts on show - see the buzzing, shape-shifting heaviness of "Ertrinken", the spaced-out hypnotism of "Kurzstrecke" and the Berghain-ready "Vampire" - but these largely play second fiddle to more playful and tuneful expressions of electro, Detroit style techno, dreamy fusions of deep house and early UK style tech-house, and ambient cuts so lovely you'll want to bathe in them. He even makes room for a couple of vocal collaborations with Robert Owens. It all adds up to a stunning set that's undoubtedly one of the most instantly arresting techno albums of the year.
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Liquid Solids
Liquid Solids (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: 15YRDREF 002. Rel: 17 Aug 23
 
Techno
Function - "Give Thanks To The Sun" (9:24)
Viels - "Fragile" (6:20)
Abstract Division - "Convolution" (6:49)
DOM - "Oye" (5:22)
Review: Dynamic Reflection remains a steadfast platform for 'proper' techno with something to say. Since 2008 they've been pushing artists to match dancefloor functionality with original ideas, and so the story continues on this latest VA release. Veritable legend Function steps up first with the tense, restrained arp odyssey of 'Give Thanks To The Sun', while label regular Viels jumps in next with the ironically titled tough-trucking workout 'Fragile'. Abstract Division kick off the B-side with the sizzling, rippling 'Convolution' (not to be confused with the Skudge track of the same name), and DOM completes the picture with a teasing, broken rhythm and psychoactive frequencies of the highest calibre.
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Played by: Tom Drew
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