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|1.||Wata Igarashi - "Stratosphere" (6:31)|
|2.||Takaaki Itoh - "Monobehaviour" (6:41)|
|1.||Iori - "Mist" (6:29)|
|2.||DJ Nobu - "Ufo" (6:13)|
Infamous Tbilisi club Bassiani is one of the hallmarks of the emergent Georgian party scene, and its in-house label is adding to the respected reputation of the place with a strong cast of characters occupying each release. There's a distinct Japanese bent to the third volume, leading in with Wata Igarashi's verdant synth-fest "Stratosphere", a truly cosmic slice of modern techno. Takaaki Itoh takes things in a darker direction with the super-linear "Monobehaviour", while Iori breaks things up with the atmospheric offbeat kick of "Mist". That leaves it to scene leader DJ Nobu to complete the circle with a tripped out set of twinkling notes and off-kilter grooves like only he can do.
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