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RX-101 Vinyl, CD & tapes by RX-101 at Norman Records

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RX-101
EP 3

RX-101 is an acid producer who really wears his machines on his sleeve. Yup, this one's got an SH-101 on AND a TB-303, but not playing any of that hip modern slo-acid nonsense, no sir. This is heavy, speedy, rave acid in a classic Rephlex style. Well, it had better be, since it was made circa '97-99, a genuine vintage.

RX-101
Dopamine

Recent years have seen Lowfish and Solvent’s Suction Records put out a few compilations of RX-101 tunes. Dopamine might be their best yet. The one born Erik Jong made these tracks for private use at some point in the late-’90s, and as such there’s a time-stamped quality to the harmonious techno and electro on this record. Cuts like ‘Warm Electronics Box’ and ‘Tracker’ have a strong affinity to what Rephlex and Warp were doing around the same time.

RX-101
Transmission

The CD editions of the unearthed RX-101 archive compile parts of the vinyl series together. 'Transmission' draws from parts 3 and 4, adding bonus tracks and producing a cohesive album. This journey into late 90s Warp electronica celebrates all the innocent wonder and patchwork beats of IDM's golden age.

RX-101
EP 4

Well here's a nostalgia trip. RX-101's approach to electronica is most certainly of its time, with this series of vinyl releases all taking material from late 90s tape recordings. The childlike keys and pads, combined with the kind of metallic percussion favoured by μ-Ziq, point towards classic IDM.

RX-101
EP 2

RX-101 is a producer new to the scene, and yet the material now being released actually dates from the late 1990s. Seems he’s pulling a ‘Selected Techno Works’... Actually, the sound of EP 2’s six tracks definitely have the warm flavour of some of Aphex Twin’s works, and RX-101 has a similar knack for melody too. Thanks due to Suction Records for unearthing this never-before-heard material

RX-101
EP 1

RX-101 is a producer new to the scene, and yet the material now being released actually dates from the late 1990s. Seems he’s pulling a ‘Selected Techno Works’... The six tracks of EP 1 are a great time, fizzing with direct energy pushed straight from drum machines and synths onto cassette. Thanks due to Suction Records for unearthing this never-before-heard material.