Boomkat Product Review:
Necessary reissue/compilation of definitive ‘90s German techno artefacts, originally released on the legendary Seico Corp sub label of E-Com in 1997.
On many a wants-list for some time now, these four cuts - taken off three dead hard-to-find or now-expensive 12”s - remain some of the genre’s coldest, sternest examples of minimal techno, right up there with classic Ø, Huren or Plastikman gear.
A-side reanimates two killer Iesope Drift pieces; the slicing micro-rhythmic shifts and glass-bottling bleeps of Arlette, plus the slamming bass and cavernous sound design of Tuljähn: B-side knuckles out the monotone bonehead bounce and puckered noise surges of of Ostia’s Idioms, alongside the hydraulics of Rota Appendix.
Ah man i’m buzzing right here. You will be too with this on your spindle.