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Can't Dance (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MEANDER 029. Rel: 10 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Can't Dance (7:25)
  2. Sonsuz Seconds (7:13)
  3. Kelime Bir (7:09)
  4. Kelime Iki (7:03)
Review: Those stylish minimalists at Meander are back with more of their superbly stripped down sounds. At the helm for this latest trip is Alci, who brings the clipped electronic funk to his opener "Can't Dance" which will surely have many people trying to prove they don't suffer from the same issue. "Sonsuz Seconds" is more airy and deft, with incidental chords floating above a rugged drum line that is nice and rickety. "Kelime Bir" gets into melon twisting late night territory with its bendy tones and freaky pads, then "Kelime Iki" almost falls over itself its drums areas quick and kinetic. Fantastic stuff once more from this label.
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Lyra (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MEANDER 025. Rel: 13 Feb 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Atralux (11:49)
  2. Phylae (7:35)
  3. Lyra (6:59)
  4. Vega (13:39)
  5. Myths (7:26)
  6. Cabinet Of Mirrors (8:02)
Review: David Koch, better known as Dewalta has gradually grown his Berlin-based Meander label into one of the most respected names in minimal techno, and production wise he has really hit his stride in recent years. Testament to this is his new double opus Lyra, with the second part being a collection of ambient productions that will launch the new Horizons sublabel. In Greek mythology, Lyra represents the Lyre of Orpheus, given to Apollo, which is said to be the first music instrument ever made. The dusty and understated techno reductions that he similarly explores with studio pal Mike Shannon are evident on the album, with highlights such as "Atralux" and "Myths". Things get fully cavernous and glacial on chilling dub techno journeys such as the title track, and broadening the album's groove diversity are deep, dreamy and ethereal numbers (well suited to the afterhours) such as the evocative closer "Cabinet Of Mirrors". One of 2019's most highly anticipated albums and worth the wait.
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Peace Monarchy (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MEANDER 023BLACK. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Mole - "Set You Free" (5:48)
  2. The Mole - "Set You Free" (Amorf interpretation) (8:36)
  3. Valerie Temple Boyd - "Comb Over" (9:17)
  4. The Mole - "Untitled Title X" (5:46)
Review: Dewalta's Meander imprint never fails to impress, with its careful curation of the finest minimal house and techno at present. Following up terrific releases by Swiss rising star Alci and Romania's Cristi Cons, the Berlin based imprint calls in veteran Canadian producer Colin de la Plante aka The Mole - for his take on subtle and understated groove music for the afterhours. While the deep and dubby bounce of "Set You Free" is decent enough in its original form, it's really all about Amorf's awe-inspiring rework where the aforementioned Cons teams up with right hand man Vlad Caia and Mischa Blanos for some drifting and hypnotic sonic sorcery. On the flip, there's a collaboration with de la Plante's Canadian homeboy Hreno (as Valerie Temple Boyd) on the tripped-out mini-funk of "Comb Over".
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