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The Third Room Fundraiser Compilation
Dax-J - "Dezine" (6:32)
Inhalt Der Nacht & Echoes Of October - "Beutezug" (6:57)
Obscure Shape & SHDW - "Die Verurteilten" (5:12)
Ellen Allien - "C19 Bitch" (4:31)
Hector Oaks aka Cadency - "Do You See The Light?" (4:32)
Review: As the title suggests, this "Fundraiser Compilation" from Essen party series The Third Room aims to raise money to keep its founders, resident DJs and regular venue in business during the clubbing crisis caused by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. A stellar cast of artists has been assembled to help out, with highlights coming from Dax J, whose "Dezine" is a surging and throbbing slab of EBM/techno fusion, Ellen Allien, whose alien-sounding "C19 Bitch" is a twisted and mind-altering delight, and robust acid-techno adventurers Obscure Shape & SHDW (the hard-as-nails, TB-303-fired insanity of "Die Veruteillen").
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Vergessene Welt
Cat: FAM 009. Rel: 26 Jan 23
Planet Der Sturme (5:05)
Der Urknall (5:05)
Das Gefallene Konigreich (4:54)
Geburt Der Erde (6:04)
Vergessene Welt (5:44)
Review: Few partnerships in techno are as fruitful as SHDW and Obscure Shape. They are of course commanders-in-chief of this From Another Mind label which is now almost a decade into its journey. And it is still going strong with more all consuming techno power offered up here: 'Planet Der Sturme' is muscular, bulky techno that's built around heavy bottom ends before things get unhinged with the wonky loops of 'Der Urknall'. On the flip, some brighter trance influences colour the synths of both tunes to make for something more heads up and emotive. It's a refreshingly different sound to go with the high functioning A-side.
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