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A new name we're all enjoying meeting is Kobosil, and after a release on Ostgut Ton sub-label Unterton, Max Kobosil appears on Marcel Dettmann's MDR, not a bad endorsement at all. He delivers six tracks, all of which are good, and starting with the gloomy broken-techno-beats of "Ein", it moves into the confused computer bleeps of "Asle", with the A-side concluding with a Giorgio Gigli-sounding "V762_Cas". On the flip we're met with the toxic and at some points middle-eastern sounds of a snare-skittery "Path", while "Oath" is a dirty techno bomb you're likely to hear played in a Barker & Baumecker set. Finally there's the industrial ambient "There" score with similar atmospherics to his aforementioned Unterton 12" that's paired with the kind of techno rhythm utilised by Answer Code Request.
Ben Sims, Brian James, JLG, Tripeo, Joachim Spieth (Affin), Jinno(Enable Recordings/Japan), 3.14, Luke Slater, Hannu Ikola (Etherwerks), Developer, J. Haller, Philippe Petit, Antonio De Angelis, Resident Advisor, Adriana Lopez, Ø [Phase]
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