The Exaltics enters Some Other Place for Clone West Coast
The Rotterdam label will commence a tryptych of releases from the German producer next month.
Under his Exaltics guise, Jena-based producer Robert Witschakowski has racked up a healthy discography of albums and 12″ releases for a wide variety of underground labels including Bunker, Crème Organization, Panzerkreuz, Abstract Forms, Modal Analysis and Last Known Trajectory. He’s also the head of Solar One Music alongside co-founder Nico Jagiella, and has steered the label to become a recognised force within underground electro and subaqueous techno circles, releasing material from Ekman, Dynarec, Morphology and more.
Witschakowski will now add Clone Records to his impressive CV in triple-pronged fashion, with a tryptych of Some Other Place releases due on their classic electro-focused West Coast Series label. The first six-track installment is due in late March and, as the below preview suggests, sees The Exaltics in a more introspective mood than some of his recent dank squat party electro. Having contacted Witschakowski for some more information on the project, he told us “the tracks are all in a more positive way (not like my last album Das Heise Experiment what was very dark) but also dramatic and deep and full of hope. Some Other Place is the place where I come down from daily struggle. My room without pressures from society and all that stuff.”
Clone West Coast Series will release Some Other Place Vol 1 by The Exaltics in late March.
3. Walking Through The Stratosphere
4. It Still Remains
5. Thrown Away
6. One More Day