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Cat: SA 031. Rel: 11 Dec 17
  1. He Who Harnesses The Soul (7:04)
  2. Rituals (707 EBM version) (6:37)
  3. Rituals (808 original version) (6:48)
  4. Astronomy (8:27)
Review: Alessandro Adriani makes a surprising addition to Berlin techno imprint Stroboscopic Artefacts. The forward thinking label that dwells on the more experimental fringes of dancefloor sounds now taps a fellow Italian and Mannequin Records boss who serves up some fascinating techno derivatives. Harnessed no doubt by his time living in Berlin, but also put in practice as one half of An-I with NYC legend Douglas Lee. Much like Lee, Adriani gives an outsider's perspective on powerful body music by way of industrial sounds and experimentation with analogue electronics. "He Who Harnesses The Soul" opens proceedings in impressive fashion - we've never heard Adriani execute something so direct on this tunnelling and hypnotic stomper that will have huge crossover appeal. It's more like the artist we know on the brooding and powerful stomp of "Rituals" (707 EBM version). Finally we get treated to yet another minimalist and trance inducing number on "Astronomy" reminiscent of Sahko or Sleeparchive's sublime spell casting in the mid noughties.
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Cat: SA 032. Rel: 22 Jan 18
  1. Avka (New Life) (7:14)
  2. Dybbuk (6:03)
  3. Modern Matters (6:20)
Review: Israeli producer Yotam Avni started out only a few years ago, making waves on esteemed tech house imprints such as the local Be As One and Californian deep house institution Seasons. Fast forward to now, he's affiliated with such tastemaker labels as Innervisions and Hotflush - a perfect fit for his new darker, tech-influenced sound. Venturing further down the spiral, his latest offering is for Stroboscopic Artefacts - and it is actually his third release on the Berlin based experimental techno imprint. It follows up his impressive contribution to their esteemed Monad series. The A side features the sweaty Carnival vibes of "Avka" (New Life) featuring intense latin polyrhythms assisted by adrenalising rave horns. The rhythms seem to be a recurring theme here, as "Dybbuk" proves, but this time it's a hybrid of steely machine drums thrown in the mix. Finally "Modern Matters" is the most straight head offering: its austere mechanical swagger supported by hypnotic, ethnic prayer chants - and to quite stunning effect.
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Played by: Yotam Avni
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Tehillim (12")
Cat: SA 029. Rel: 19 Dec 16
  1. Tehillim (5:47)
  2. Orma (7:06)
  3. Shtok (6:59)
  4. Even (6:39)
Review: This is the second Stroboscopic Artefacts EP from Yotam Avni and, all things considered, it hasn't taken the artist too long to land on such as class label. Granted, releases for Ovum and Rebirth aren't exactly beneath the Berlin label, but this instantly puts him in a different category as a true resident of the German capital's nightlife. "Tehillim" is a growling, subtle techno pouncer with distant waves of apocryphal hymns, which is followed by the equally moody, grey-scaled techno bleeps and stutters of "Orma". Over on the B-side, "Shtok" dangles its gentle harmonics over a subdued attack of 4/4 drumming, and "Even" takes a turn down a lighter, more positive tonality that is nonetheless weighed down by a tenebrous techno sludge.
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Cat: SALP 005. Rel: 27 Feb 17
  1. Rubi (9:41)
  2. Lone Pyramids (4:20)
  3. Epsilon (5:34)
  4. Purple Phase (4:16)
  5. Dune (6:30)
  6. Soul Surfing (5:46)
  7. Outremer (5:20)
  8. Onde Mantis (8:05)
  9. Saudade (3:35)
  10. Laniakea (9:45)
Review: Hyper Opal Mantis marks a significant moment in the career of David Letellier. Since first appearing as Kanding Ray back in 2006, Letellier has released a series of fine albums on Raster-Norton, many of which explore the blurred lines between club-ready techno, off-kilter IDM, and worthy experimentalism. For this latest full-length exploration, Letellier has transferred to Stroboscopic Artefacts, in the process subtly tweaking his sound. While rooted in his established "high definition" style, many of the tracks draw influence from ghostly ambience, industrial textures, and the muscular throb of Electronic Body Music. Despite the subtle variations, Hyper Opal Mantis is still very much a Kanding Ray record.
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Cat: SACD 007. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Baba Yaga's Hut
  2. Dissonance Emancipation
  3. Vibrations Of A Circular Membrane
  4. A Selfless Act
  5. Meetings With Remarkable Entities
  6. A Millennia Old Adversary
  7. She Wolf Night Mourning
  8. Samsara
  9. Canticle Of Creatures
Review:  Stroboscopic Artefacts's Lucy has arguably been the heart and soul of the label over the last few years, and has helped it go from an interesting boutique techno label, to a direct competitor of other larger-than-life imprints such as Ostgut Ton or Dystopian. The shady Lucy gets down to business with a nine-track LP made up of a vast range of sounds that span from the broken, ambient-laden sketches of "Dissonance Emancipation", to worldly experimental grooves such as "A Millennia Old Adversary". We were expecting a stylish, sleek techno album with plenty of air and mysticism, but instead we have received something even more special, a sort of electronic ritualism that simply cannot be categorised under one genre roof. This is album of the week from us - KILLER.
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Cat: SA 028. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Chloroform (9:46)
  2. Peeling (8:08)
  3. Stained Glass (5:44)
  4. Foil Gardens (12:08)
 in stock $9.88
Flowers From The Ashes: Contemporary Italian Electronic Music
Cat: SACD 009. Rel: 16 Apr 18
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Flowers From The Ashes: Contemporary Italian Electronic Music
Flowers From The Ashes: Contemporary Italian Electronic Music (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SALP 006. Rel: 16 Apr 18
  1. Silvia Kastel - "Errori"
  2. Andrea Belfi - "Spitting & Skytouching"
  3. Marco Shuttle - "Lux Et Sonus"
  4. Ninos Du Brasil - "Noite Atras"
  5. Alessandro Adriani - "You Will Not Be There For The End"
  6. Chevel - "Friends Electric"
  7. Lory D - "Starving The Mind"
  8. Lory D - "PRV-HH3-X"
  9. Caterina Barbieri - "Virgo Rebellion"
  10. Neel - "4G"
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