Objekt Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
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The first release from TJ Hertz’s Objekt project since his debut full length Flatland in 2014, and the fourth installment in his self-titled white label series after #3 was released in 2013 on his own label. Dedicated to an apparently fictitious club in Berlin he channels its energy and the effect it had on him as an artist, trying to capture and recreate the energy it exuded.
Dopplereffekt / Objekt
Leisure System presents a new split from two much sought after techno acts. The ever-elusive Dopplereffekt, of whom next to nothing is really known, are dropping their first track for the label since their EP 'Tetrahymena' last year; they're joined by the slightly less impossible to track down Objekt, who continues to procure his techno 'n' dubstep paradise on the B-side. 'Hypnagogia' should prove to be an invigorating slab of techno.
Dopplereffekt - Delta Wave
Objekt - Ganzfeld
- Vinyl 12" (LSR012)
- In stock and ready to ship
To the great concern of caterpillars everywhere, brainy Berlin DJ and producer Objekt is back at the Deconstruct-A-Club Workshop with another LP for brainy Berlin label PAN. Cocoon Crush is as immaculate as its predecessor Flatland, but contrasts in being much more focused on manipulating recordings (of all sorts of stuff) into organic textures, rather than synthesising material from scratch.
- Vinyl Double LP (PAN97)
- In stock and ready to ship
TJ Hertz aka Objekt is finally repressing his in demand, second white label 12" plate from back in 2012. Five years later, these two cuts still sound fresh! 'CLK Recovery' builds on a taught minimal techno/ Robert Hood style palette, complete with dissolving, dubby stabs and adds jacking Chicago claps and an arrangement that twists and turns for maximum dance floor impact. Meanwhile, 'Unglued' has absorbed the sound of the city in which he dwells; Berlin and is propelled by chunky, juddering kicks and soulful, almost jazzy flourishes as it plays out.
Here we have a limited repress of the first release of Objekt’s number series. Going on to release through Bleep, Hessle Audio, Young Turks, and Pan, this series continues and is made up of dips into all genre pools, here you have The Goose That Got Away a a garage banger with half-time shuffle and the further dubstep leanings of Tinderbox with burst of arpeggios.
This is a re-issue from an original 2012 release featuring two tracks of electronic goodness. This much enjoyed techno/dubstep hybrid features the minimal 'Cactus' backed with the melodic techno-driven vibes of 'Porcupine'. Miles ahead of the game at the time of release and still sounding rather essential today.
No-one knows who did this. No-one. Not anybody. Whodunnit? The label tells us the following disc jockeys have "shown support":
A Made Up Sound
None the wiser. Sounds pretty epic though.
The future days of techno are here with Objekt's debut record, coming out via the ever-trusty PAN. Objekt has been prominent for a while now, releasing a bunch of 12" and making a name for himself in his home-town Berlin. 'Flatland' is his first full-length, offering those textures up for a sustained narrative. He tries to get cinematic on this one, hoping for "a world in which any scene can be seen from every angle". That's pretty Coen Brothers of him.