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The Rustling Of The Leaves (2xLP + sticker)
Cat: SNTS 007. Rel: 07 Sep 19
  1. Leniency (4:32)
  2. Oblivion (5:16)
  3. Oblivion (Polar Inertia remix) (9:26)
  4. Backwoods (6:02)
  5. Theory Of Loneliness (6:35)
  6. Remission (6:34)
  7. Estrangement (5:41)
  8. Roots Trapped In The Ground (6:17)
Review: Aside from a pair of releases on Horizontal Ground, and one appearance for the magnetic Edit Select, the enigmatic SNTS has chosen to reserve his/her releases for his/her own self-titled label. While the artist has only released EP's in the past, The Rustling Of The Leaves marks a debut LP effort. As you'd expect, the work is made up of chilling soundscapes, sinister sonics and grey-scaled ambient, but it's the way in which SNTS assembles beats around these elements that is impressive. "Backwoods", for example, flutters its subtle beats seamlessly into a hollow cave of drones and religious chanting, while a tune like "Remission" is what the inside of a power station would sound ike at night. For those who love their techno textures dark and sparse, this is it.
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Played by: Tripeo
 in stock $20.25
Scene I (limited to 200 copies 12")
Cat: SNTS 04. Rel: 11 Mar 14
  2. N1
  3. N2
  4. N3
 in stock $9.30
Evoked Rvptvre (180 gram white vinyl 12" + sticker)
Cat: SNTS 014. Rel: 29 Nov 19
  1. Bilateral Narrative (6:14)
  2. Pvrest Absolvtion (5:29)
  3. Beyond Hvmans (5:33)
  4. No Jvstified Resentment (5:44)
 in stock $10.94
Scene III (12")
Cat: SNTS 006. Rel: 10 Apr 15
  1. 20.01.1944 (5:25)
  2. 20.01.1944 (Shifted remix) (5:16)
  3. 07.09.1981 (6:22)
  4. 15.04.1946 (5:45)
Review: There's something faintly unsettling about most of mysterious German act SNTS's releases, but few are as creepy as this third installment in the self-released Scene trilogy. While dedicated to the potential of rhythm, their tracks come drenched in ghostly chords and faintly threatening textures. This is darkroom techno designed to soundtrack the end of days, rather than cheer the soul. Even so, there's plenty to admire, from the marching intensity of closer "15.04.1946", to the clanking, industrial rhythms and dubbed-out, horror-influenced soundscapes of "20.01.1944". The latter comes accompanied by a fine Shifted remix, which takes the track further towards straight up techno territory.
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 in stock $10.13
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