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Set Me Free EP
Cat: MS 086. Rel: 19 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Set Me Free (6:02)
  2. Don't Stop (5:02)
  3. Autumn Blues (5:43)
Review: Since first emerging in the late 1980s, Peter Elmaloglou has been one of the mainstays of the Australian techno scene. Derrick May is a fan and has decided to offer Elmaloglou the opportunity to showcase his wares on Transmat. A-side "Set Me Free" offers up an impressive fusion of soft-touch European tech-house tropes (fluid, delay-laden synthesizer motifs, tactile beats etc.), Chicago style psychedelic acid lines and the kind of rumbling, elongated bass tones that were once a feature of Kevin Saunderson's late '80s/early '90s work as Reese. Over on side B, "Don't Stop" is undulating, hypnotic and minimalist in tone, with percussion that both hisses and clicks, while "Autumn Blues" sees him pepper a squeezable techno groove with heady ambient chords and glassy-eyed electronic lead lines.
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Played by: Sanderson Dear
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The Diamond Project EP
Cat: MS 088. Rel: 19 Jul 18
Techno
  1. In Case Y’all Forgot (4:46)
  2. What That Jxxy Bout (4:17)
  3. Again (feat Jessica Care Moore) (8:22)
  4. Diamond (3:26)
Played by: Ben Sims
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Dimensional EP
Cat: MS 085. Rel: 19 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Dimension Seven (6:04)
  2. Return (5:43)
  3. Onward (5:48)
Review: Chicago's Jon Hester spent years as a dancer before he even touched the decks and that shows in his floor facing cuts for Transmat, which follows other high grade outings on taste-making techno labels Dystopian, Deeply Rooted and Rekids. Infectious rhythm is at the core of Hester's work and all the tracks here: "Dimension Seven" is epic techno that surges to the cosmos on warm solar synths and chattery percussion from the Windy City. "Return" is deeper and infused with a warm sense of machine soul then "Onward" has some fantastic drum programming and pinging kick drums that sweep you up and along for a most thrilling ride.
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Robotic People EP
Cat: MS 089. Rel: 19 Jul 18
Techno
  1. Origins (5:53)
  2. Robotic People (6:16)
  3. Orchestration (6:25)
  4. Panacea (5:41)
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Threshold Of Eternity EP
Cat: MS 090. Rel: 19 Apr 18
Techno
  1. The Leonids Strings (8:05)
  2. Into The Memories (7:33)
Review: For his first release of 2018, Hiroshi Watanabe has reworked one of the unarguable highlights of his 2016 album Multiverse. In its original form, "The Leonids" was a soaring slice of futurist techno perfection rich in bubbly synthesizer melodies and sweeping strings. It's this orchestrated aspect of the track that's explored in greater detail on "The Lenoid Strings", a beat-less, neo-classical string quartet cover that heightens the original version's rush-inducing positivity. It's stunning and - as both Derrick May and Watanabe have proved in recent DJ sets - sounds great when dropped over the top of the album mix. On the flip, Watanabe dusts down the drum machines and synthesizers to deliver "In To The Memory", a poignant and melancholic chunk of sci-fi techno deepness.
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