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1000 Lights In The Sky (Part 3)
Cat: BUNKER 3091. Rel: 05 Apr 11
  1. Introduction
  2. Things Fall Apart
  3. Leave The Ship Now!!!
  4. Fallen Planet
  5. Compressed Thoughts
  6. Creep Over
  7. Outroduction
Review: The third and last 1000 Lights In The Sky edition from The Exaltics on Dutch label Bunker is the hardest and darkest of all. Atmospheric dark electro/techno, the gruff and moody sibling of the trilogy is all about eerie corners and brimming pockets of acid. The ambitious three part album from the German underground electro heroes is well composed and impeccably produced, as the first two proved and the final upholds. "Things Fall Apart", "Leave The Ship Now" and "Fallen Planet" are as tough as they get, twanging beats and heavy drums bounce off each other in a sphere of depth and weave a story throughout with subtle changes. "Compressed Thoughts" meanders atmospherically through subaqautic electro, conjuring deep mind trips and easing into the dancefloor rhythm of "Creep Over" whose synth line holds hostage and doesn't intend to let go. Not for the faint hearted, this vinyl culmination is tough - beautifully so, but tough never the less.
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Exit Planet Earth: Radon
  1. The Exaltics & Paris The Black Fu - "Wea Poni Zedin Form" (4:02)
  2. Alex Jann - "Android Memory" (5:31)
  3. Lost Souls Of Saturn - "Rave Is Back" (6:31)
  4. Kim Cosmik - "Moonrise" (6:58)
Review: The 7th edition in the Exit Planet Earth vinyl series features another serving of electronic cuts designed for space travel with 20/20 Vision debuts from The Exaltics & Paris The Black Fu, Alex Jann, Lost Souls of Saturn and Kim Cosmik.

Opening with an interstellar serving of classic electro funk from the pivotal figurehead of Germany's electro-tipped underground 'The Exaltics' of 'SolarOneMusic' and 'Paris The Black Fu' from the mighty 'Detroit Grand Puhbas'.
This heavy weight collaboration comes in the form of 'wea poni zedin form ation' a masterclass in acid-influenced and undoubtably charismatic electro, complete with distinctive Kraftwerk-esque vocals. Alex Jann follows up on the A side with 'Android Memory' combining bleep techno elements with futuristic electro in an expertly crafted high paced does of sci-fi funk peppered with chaotic glitches, driving grooves and punchy kicks.

On the flip side we're joined by Seth Troxler and Phil Moffa under their inter dimensional moniker 'Lost Souls Of Saturn'. L.S.O.F offer up a mind altering hybrid of sci-fi inspired electronica, techno, electro, acid, free-jazz and more, blurring genre lines and pushing boundaries deep into the cosmos. Under-pinned by a predominately break beat groove 'Rave is Back' incorporates a plethora of un expected elements, from orchestral drones and harmonic melodies to unidentifiable machine glitches.

Wrapping up the 7th outing in the Exit Planet Earth vinyl series, we're joined by long-time purveyor of UK Electro -
Cybersoul's 'Kim Cosmik', firing on all cylinders with a tripped out assault on the senses. Her track 'Moonrise' hammers home with a fast paced, glitch heavy groove, serving up complex patterns across an ominous soundscape littered with ghost like echoes.

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