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Boomkat Product Review:
Stephen Hitchell’s earliest productions, carefully salvaged and remastered from demo tapes. Basic Channel-inspired deep, dub techno, originally recorded 1993-2000...
"An unreleased classic from the vaults emerges with newly remastered content from Radius's celebrated "Obsolete Machines" double album & two of the most epic creations featured on the "Interpolation Tapes" CD series, available for the first time ever on vinyl format. Many of the songs featured in this project were initially sent to Rod Modell & Mike Schommer shortly after they launched their brilliant deepchord label in 2001. (Recorded from 1993-2000).
They were incredibly kind in saying it was the best demo they had ever heard and passed it on to Octal records for release, sadly, that didn't materialize and since then these masters have been collecting dust in our cassette rack for nearly 20 years now. We've spent months doing our best to restore the old tapes from our Tascam 688, an 8 track cassette recorder purchased and abused since 1992 and to our ears still sounds quite impressive even by modern standards. We've had nearly every component replaced and re-calibrated to bring this obsolete machine back to life, it's been a truly nostalgic experience re-visiting and redesigning these masters."