By now, we've come accustomed to Tabernacle Records exploring the outer reaches of Detroit-influenced techno, electro and ambient. Even so, their latest outing - from regular contributor Jeremiah R - is something special. Beginning with the floatation tank-in-space ambience of "Chorus", Calisto sees the producer laying down a whopping eight cuts that variously touch in Drexciyan electro, Artificial Intelligence-era IDM, and hard-to-define hybrids that confirm the intergalactic potential of electronic music. Interestingly, the music is roughly equally split between horizontally inclined, beat-less explorations, surging dancefloor workouts, and the kind of mid '90s home listening fodder that sits somewhere in between.
Ben Sims, Domenic Cappello, Mark Forshaw, Tripeo, LAYUP, ESB, Juno Recommends Electro, Giorgio Luceri, Ali Renault, Felix Bergleiter (Nonetheless), Joe Drive, THE EXALTICS, Gareth Wild (EarToGround Records), HVL, Brokntoys, Cellar Door, Secretsundaze
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