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Boomkat Product Review:
Kompakt veterans Anton Kubikov and Maxim Milutenko have travelled a long road since embarking as moscow's most endearing minimal techno/house act SCSI-9. From Salo to Force Tracks, Traum, Trapez and beyond, these lads have had an uncanny ability to construct an uplifting, emotive mood, fuelled by the pulse of a tricky, toothy beat. Though they've kept the vinyl purists intoxicated with a steady stream of 12" singles, it's been over 3 years since their debut album "digital russian". Recorded in moscow over the past half year in the same recording studio that Tatu use, "the line of nine" puts forward a cluster of dimension and depth to an overpopulated world of disposable, faceless music that exists in minimal techno currently. Fans of scsi-9's force tracks days will be delighted to indulge tracks such as "eclair de lune", the vocal ballad that echoes throughout the title track, "the line of nine" recalls Herbert & Dani Siciliano's finest moments - pure coffee-house bliss. And of course for those yearning for the traditional values of classic cologne techno, fear not as the latter part of the album, including "on the edge" - one of kompakt's biggest singles of 2005, does the job nicely indeed.