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Cat: PF 018. Rel: 17 Jul 18
Techno
  1. Intro (3:24)
  2. Paralllel (7:40)
  3. A Flash In The Distance (7:14)
  4. Devotion (7:39)
  5. Population 2 (6:52)
  6. It Tastes Like (6:02)
  7. Dark & Smokey (4:22)
  8. Blue Apple Funk Drops (2:40)
Review: Dan Curtin's 1994 album, The Silicon Dawn, is still a marvel even after 24 years of significant playback, and is still inspiring younger generations of producers who are interested in the more dystopian side of techno - very relevant, it seems. In fact, it would be fair to say that this LP has become a pinnacle of modern dance music, almost a framework for perfection, and it's not a surprise that it's absolutely killer from the very first track, "Intro", which kicks off a wild voyage into hyper-space. From "Parallel" to "A Flash In The Distance" there is plenty of deep-minded synth experimentation and acid bleeping, and this carries on through with the supremely modern "Population 2". It is a hard LP to describe in parts, precisely because it is so well interlocked, flowing from tune to tune with one single vision in mind - the outer realms of space and time. A true techno album, from a legend.
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