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Autotomy (limited 180 gram etched vinyl 12")
Cat: SHP 56. Rel: 26 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Learned Behaviour (6:16)
  2. Dimished Feeling (4:57)
  3. Looking Outside (4:14)
Review: Chicago born, Brooklyn based producer Max Ravitz is quite known for his dusty goth(am) house and techno experiments; easily recognised by their brazenly compressed/saturated analogue aesthetic that sound like live jams. It's more of the same on his new offering: A side cut "Learned Behaviour" is the most 'straight-ahead' we've ever heard Ravitz with this tunnelling, hypnotic and absolutely heads down affair that soon evolves via some classic house chord progressions and mad 909 snare theatrics. The bittersweet and melancholic "Diminished Feeling" is more typical of his earlier style on such heralded EPs like his Opal Tapes debut Body Issues: the sound of a lonely Bushwick loft space on a Friday night. The lush and atmospheric "Looking Outside" provides a welcome ambient moment for this fine EP. Yet more fantastic work from him this year, following up the three part epic Several Shades of The Same Color on Ghostly International.
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 in stock $13.40
Cat: SPC 1382. Rel: 19 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Deku Tree (3:34)
  2. The Electric Eye Is Upon Me (7:22)
  3. Etant Donnes (5:29)
  4. Thoughts Of You (5:31)
  5. Shiba Inu Dub (7:29)
Review: Max Ravitz (aka Patricia) produces techno with a wide-eyed exploratory flair. He says that as an instrument, the synthesizer is designed to theoretically reproduce any imaginable structure of sound. However he's always been much more interested in sound design than being able to 'play well,' and the synth allows for a slow and thoughtful approach towards crafting sound. He allows his machines to speak for themselves. Several Shades Of The Same Color is Ravitz' first album for Spectral Sound: produced in conjunction with his own label Active Cultures. Each of the three LPs feature tracks that comprise their own distinct, unique worlds. The second disc's highlights include the frightening slow burner "The Electric Eye Is Upon Me" (which sounds like it was lifted from aB grade '80's horror flick), the tunnelling new wave coldwave of "Thoughts Of You" or the dusty low end sludge of "Shiba Inu Dub" which is Ravitz' interesting perspective of deep techno.
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 in stock $17.78
Cat: SPC 1383. Rel: 25 Jul 17
Techno
  1. You Never Listen (6:46)
  2. Feel Your Body (7:13)
  3. German Friendship (4:45)
  4. Alternate Mindset (7:11)
  5. Upper Peninsula (feat Terekke) (6:11)
Review: Max Ravitz, aka Patricia states that 'the synthesizer is designed to theoretically reproduce any imaginable structure of sound' and that he was always more interested in sound design than being able to play well and that 'the synthesizer allows for a slow and thoughtful approach towards crafting sound.' He allows his machines to speak for themselves: 'I occupy the role of a composer or conductor, in a sense, determining how the music sounds while employing my various instruments as the players.' For the third and final installment of his new album Several Shades Of The Same Color, be prepared for yet more raw and gothic techno/house/EBM derivatives. From the darkly soulful early '90's techno of "You Never Listen", to the very K. Alexi sounding acid house groove of "Feel Your Body" or the slow burning "German Friendship" which sounds like a D.A.F. record on -8. But he saves the best for last on what is probably the album's finest moment of all: his collaboration with lo-fi house hero Terekke on the dreamy and evocative deep house jam "Upper Peninsula".
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Played by: Agnostic Rhythm, VRRS
 in stock $18.05
Cat: SPC 138. Rel: 11 Jul 17
Techno
  1. I Know The Face, But Not The Name (5:57)
  2. Liminal States (5:04)
  3. Speed Wagon Night Bride (5:12)
  4. The Words Are Just Sounds (6:17)
  5. It Gets Worse At Night (8:05)
Review: Max Ravitz, aka Patricia allows his machines to speak for themselves, occupying the role of a composer or conductor. Several Shades Of The Same Color follows up two bold bodies of work for Opal Tapes previously and is his first album for Spectral Sound: produced in conjunction with his own label Active Cultures. Each of the three LPs feature suites of tracks that comprise their own distinct, unique worlds. Disc One opens with "I Know The Face, But Not The Name," which utilises classic electro rhythms while "The Words Are Only Sounds" is a haunting affair for synthesizer and voice. On the flip, "It Gets Worse At Night" is the EP's finest moment on this dark acid stomper which again sees Ravitz conjure the ghosts from those analogue machines. The album is not intended to generate ideas as such, rather, its goal is to produce physical sensations in the listener.
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