Boomkat Product Review:
Echospace presents a deluxe vinyl edition of his Radius project, Obsolete Machines, nuzzling your cochlea with a painstakingly restored demo of Steve Hitchell’s earliest work, initially recorded live to tape between 1995-2000, now restored to gauzy bliss and handsomely repackaged. Oceanic, intergalactic, timeless; total manna for dub house ambient fiends!
The first plate rolls out 20 minutes of low-lying, billowing dub chord cloud dynamics with Ethersonic, backed by the stately stepper Etherscapes on a kinda thrumming, danker Ruff Way flex, beside the silty shift of Oscillation Range.
On its 2nd plate, you’ll find cv313 reshaping and reprising Ethersonic over both sides, convecting near enough 40 minutes of waterlogged dub chords, subterranean bass and scratchy percussion in the Reshape, and a more direct, upfront sort of steppers house in the Reprise.