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Stroboscopic Artefacts Germany

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Morphic Dreams (B-STOCK)
Morphic Dreams (B-STOCK) (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SALP 008 (B-STOCK). Rel: 15 May 19
  1. Tropical Year (4:37)
  2. Raindance (4:27)
  3. Storm Trees (3:47)
  4. Dissolving Images (3:36)
  5. Dust/Mist (feat Simon Crab) (4:18)
  6. Casting The Runes (5:03)
  7. Hors De Combat (4:33)
  8. Invisible Seekers (feat Shawn O' Sullivan) (6:19)
  9. Crow (5:01)
  10. Things About To Disappear (2:17)
  11. Make Words Split & Crack (11:14)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box damaged, product unused & in perfect condition***

- Creasing to corner of sleeve

Three years have passed since Alessandro Adriani impressed with his debut album, an industrial, EBM, techno and neo-trance inspired set that marked the Berlin-based Italian as a producer on the rise. "Morphic Dreams", his belated sequel, may explore some of the same influences, but Adriani's vision seems far more widescreen. Check, for example, the decaying urban ambience of "Casting The Runes", the buzzing and bubbling synth-wave throb of "Raindance", the tactile slo-mo bliss of Simon Crab collab "Dust/Mist" and the grandiose, rising intensity of dystopian soundscape "Crow". There are, of course, a number of muscular, EBM-influenced club cuts, with the Nitzer Ebb-esque "Dissolving Images" and fizzing "Storm Tree" standing out.
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 in stock $16.50
Tehillim (12")
Cat: SA 029. Rel: 12 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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Perlude To Dybbuk
Cat: SA 032. Rel: 17 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
 in stock $10.53
Hyper Opal Mantis
Cat: SACD 008. Rel: 07 Mar 17
  1. Rubi
  2. Lone Pyramids
  3. Epsilon
  4. Purple Phase
  5. Dune
  6. Soul Surfing
  7. Outremer
  8. One Mantis
  9. Saudade
  10. Laniakea
Review: For the first time since establishing the Kangding Ray project back in 2006, David Lettelier appears on the acclaimed Stroboscopic Artefacts imprint. The transfer seems to have inspired him artistically, too. While previous albums for Raster-Norton were principally concerned with blurring the boundaries between club-ready techno, off-kilter IDM and worthy experimentation, Hyper Opal Mantis looks much more closely at ghostly ambient, industrial and Electronic Body Music. Of course, while the influences may be broader, Lettellier's "high definition" approach to sound design and production is still present throughout. In other words, it's very much a Kangding Ray record, he's just moved the goalposts a bit.
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Played by: Ground Loop
 in stock $15.08
Desatura (2xLP)
Cat: SALP 007. Rel: 18 Oct 18
  1. Anchor (5:21)
  2. Marrow (3:30)
  3. Diamond (4:15)
  4. Decanter (5:57)
  5. Eat Eat Eat (6:03)
  6. The Idea Of North (4:14)
  7. Under The Benches (6:21)
  8. Foul Winds (5:10)
  9. A Third Man (4:59)
  10. And Then There Were None (5:35)
Review: Stroboscopic Artefacts chief Lucy teams up with Rrose (Eaux) as The Lotus Eaters, which sees the two visionary techno artists collaborate for the first time. Although they had previously remixed each other's work, the idea of working together became inevitable. Several intense sessions in Lucy's Berlin studio, using mainly analogue hardware, resulted in a new project starting with two EPs released on their respective imprints. Desatura features a diverse array of powerful and innovative sonic perspectives: the highly engineered tunnelling techno that you've come to expect from either artist is finely displayed on tracks like "Decanter" or "A Third Man", between moments of slow motion hypnotism ("Eat Eat Eat") and droning/textural soundscapes like "The Idea Of North" and "Under The Benches".
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Played by: Edit Select
 in stock $22.48
Caos Y Orden Superior
  1. Pfirter - "Caos Y Orden Superior" (feat Xiantek)
  2. Kangding Ray - "Wars"
Review: Juan Pablo Pfirter has garnered a reputation for big-room techno through a slew of peak time releases via CLR, Stockholm LTD, Figure and his own MindTrip Music. But his Stroboscopic Artefacts releases have - by Pfirter standards - remained a little more restrained. "Caos Y Orden Superior" featuring the so far unknown Xiantek, maintains Pfirter's trademark low end, but the Argentinean opts for a locked groove over peaks and troughs, and although synths, white-noise and crunched hi-hats still feature, it's more likely to be played by Marcel Dettmann than Len Faki. Kanding Ray's emotive "Wars" incorporates Moderat styled guitars, industrial-tinged white noise and dissonant synths; all of which are at the mercy of a hoovering sidechain.
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 in stock $8.25
Manifesto (clear vinyl 10")
Cat: SATOTEM 005. Rel: 04 Sep 19
  1. Manifesto (5:57)
  2. Don't Leave (6:07)
  3. Clouds (5:05)
Review: Berlin-based DJ and producer Denise Rabe has become something of a cult heroine since her first releases in 2015. The years since have found her operate in her own parallel techno world, where psychoactive sounds and heavy drones permeate your ears, then your brain, then your whole being. Now she steps away from her own Rabe label for a debut on Stroboscopic Artefacts, which finds her take charge of the Totem series. Opener "Manifesto" is a driving techno groover with ghoulish synth designs and keys from the 5th dimension, then "Don't Leave" will utterly trip you out with its panning pads and mysterious leads. "Clouds" completes the journey with doom laden and wide spread kick drums that lurch over and over through some ruined post-human world. Tip!
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Played by: Brian James
 in stock $11.38
Wanton Witch
Wanton Witch (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SALP 009. Rel: 10 Jun 21
  1. Daddy's Girl (3:18)
  2. Do I Pass (3:44)
  3. Walking On Moirai (4:38)
  4. Lament Ceremony (3:38)
  5. Looping Projection Of You (6:21)
  6. Resentment (5:22)
  7. Is This All We Can Do (3:30)
  8. Unsound Mind (3:30)
  9. Nervous Burial (4:58)
  10. The Beautiful Trauma Of Being (5:53)
  11. Grieve (2:59)
 in stock $25.04
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