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Cat: AVN 033. Rel: 20 Jul 18
  1. Naive (6:01)
  2. Lines Of Sight (5:00)
  3. Birth (3:46)
  4. A Glimpse Of Bliss (5:59)
  5. Dwell In Motion (6:11)
Review: Desroi debuts on Avian.

Shifted's Avian label returns to fore with a heady, five track offering from German producer, Desroi.

In keeping with the label's finely tuned aesthetic concerns, the music draws from a reduced palette - keeping the colours muted & the tone driven and direct, focusing instead on drawing out pleasing textures & subtle rhythmic anomalies via intricate use of delay and reverb, to arrive at a sweet spot between dance-floor potency & the more cerebral posits of the Techno genre. Tethered at the base by cavernous low end, heady drum machine programming drives the work - often married with a single warping synth motif shifting about the sonic periphery, modulated carefully across the course of the recording's run time to create both moments of heads down introspection & outright hysteria.

Like much of the best work on the label, the music has a DIY quality that belies its complexity, but at the same time lends to its undoubted effectiveness. Desroi's ability to harness the full force of such a limited collection of elements is testament to the producer's skill as an artist within the genre, creating a powerful sense of cohesion on his Avian debut.
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Played by: Psyk, Kessell, Paleman
 in stock $11.47
Walk Type (double 12")
Cat: AVN 027. Rel: 05 Dec 16
  1. Sunsera (6:07)
  2. Filk (6:04)
  3. Insa (4:54)
  4. Otto Morph (7:30)
  5. Auto Wave (7:46)
  6. Tamtara (5:59)
 in stock $24.27
Cat: AVN 031. Rel: 20 Oct 17
  1. 10212016_27000_001 (4:26)
  2. 09182016_2700_002 (7:48)
  3. 09222016_2700_003 (3:36)
  4. 09152015_1822_001 (6:00)
  5. 05052015_2236_001 (10:12)
  6. 10222016_2700_004 (6:48)
  7. 07132016_2700_005 (4:42)
 in stock $16.96
Cat: AVN 035. Rel: 30 Nov 18
  1. Karhide (Departure) (3:00)
  2. Happening RN (5:53)
  3. Opportunist (5:09)
  4. Byzantine Mahogany (7:11)
  5. All Structures Are Unstable (3:33)
Review: Rhyw returns to Avian.

Following on from the producer's much lauded debut, Alex Tsiridis reemerges on the Avian label with Cave Walls (Part Two).

Tsiridis' work under the Rhyw moniker has always showcased the producer's keen ear for drawing out melody from potentially disharmonious elements - tweaking feedback components and utilising heavy filtering to generate curious hook-like riffs that dip in and out of the heady drum work with some considerable style.

On AVN035, Rhyw continues to mine this unique production aesthetic, eking out both pleasing tones and more discordant sonic anomalies in equal measure across a handful of new recordings.

Beatless pieces All Structures Are Unstable & Karhide lean tentatively towards Cluster-esque Krautrock in their execution - the former, an acrimonious deconstruction of the producer's dance floor work, and the latter owing more to the Noise & Drone music found elsewhere on the Avian label.

Byzantine Mahogany, the first of three more functional pieces, finds its hook element in a growling, low slung saw, driven hot & buoyed by dry, shuffling percs & Happening RN features that same twisted bass, this time with added urgency. Opportunist completes the triad and finds Tsiridis in yet more high octane territory, sonically shifted more to the high frequencies found on Cave Walls (Part One) - cementing a now characteristic bent to the producer's work.
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Played by: Kessell
 in stock $11.47
Shulululu (12")
Cat: AVN 034. Rel: 24 Aug 18
  1. Shulululu (8:04)
  2. Shudududu (4:05)
  3. Shumumumu (4:27)
  4. Shubububu (3:30)
  5. Shunununu (3:16)
Review: Having spent the last couple of years establishing their Rosten imprint, Swedish techno twosome Shxcxchxsh (try saying that while drunk) return to Avian, an imprint they've been associated with since 2012. There's much to enjoy throughout, not least the skewed, lo-fi techno-funk of twisted, off-kilter opener "Shulululu", where mangled, spacey pads and warped electronic pulses dance above a thusting bassline and broken techno beats. Elsewhere, "Shudududu" is a crackling chunk of dark and moody lo-fi techno that wouldn't sound out of place on L.I.E.S, "Shumumumu" is an otherworldly ambient treat and closer "Shunununu" expertly joins the dots between intense industrial murkiness and experimental IDM.
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 in stock $11.47
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