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Boomkat Product Review:
It's been 13 years since Patrick Pulsinger embarked upon the Dogmatic Sequences series, with the first two EPs seeing a release in 1994, and the final, third instalment landing as recently as last year. During that gap, Pulsinger has remained a prolific producer, working with artists as diffuse as Mark Stewart, Patrick Wolf and Chicks On Speed. This collection demonstrates that Pulsinger's first love will always be techno. There's an utterly classic techno sound that runs through all these productions, whether it be on a track from 1994 like 'Agom Drag' or a 2006 cut like 'Looq' there's an uncompromising, timeless edge to this music that defies technology and dancefloor trends - this is pure, starry-eyed futurism. The superb space-jazz of 'Babylon 17, 15' offers some respite between the heavier tracks, cleansing the palate for the monumentally compressed beats of 'Transforming Language' and the hard-edged 909s of 'City Lights (pt.1)'. 'The relentless, hammering beats of 'Rouleur' from Dogmatic Sequences III prove that Pulsinger hasn't lost any of his early edge, and if anything, suggest that he's become more successful in distilling the key elements of his music into concise warehouse bombs. Excellent.