Arpanet Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
Similar to Arpanet:
Legowelt, Drexciya, The Other People Place, Dopplereffekt, DMX Krew, Aux 88, Transllusion, Elecktroids, Der Zyklus, Lab Rat XL, The Parallax Corporation, Le Car
I bring this week's review odyssey to a close with this tasty reissue of a stone cold electroid techno classic, Drexciya's debut full length 'Neptune's Lair'. At this point they'd got a fair few 12"s under their belt, the first coming out seven years prior in 1992, but this 17-track voyage showcased a scope previously only hinted at.
‘Athanatos’ is the New 12” from techno/electro project Dopplereffekt - featuring one half of the legendary Drexciya - a five-track release that follows on from last years stellar ‘Cellular Automata’. All dour-dystopian-grind, this new EP finds the duo in far more overtly rhythmic territory than last...view item
Exciting times afoot as Dopplereffekt announce their first full-length album release in a decade! Cellular Automata is an album derived from various mathematical processes, but still maintaining the crucial power you’d expect from a Gerald Donald (also of Drexciya!) project. LP in...view item
Tresor present yet another alias from Heinrich Mueller - real name Gerald Donald. The legendary Detroit producer has been behind some of the most impressive, immersive and cutting-edge electronic music to emerge from the motor city; Dopplereffekt, Drexciya, Elecktroids, Arpanet,Der Zyklus, Glass Domain, Intellitronic, Japanese Telecom, Rudo...view item
30drop meets Arpanet
30D Records (Terrence Dixon) bag arguably their biggest release to date with a drop from Drexciya/Dopplereffekt mainstay Gerald Donald’s Arpanet project as well as two tunes from label-boss 30Drop. The imprint's drops have...view item
A much needed repress and it still prevails after 15 years. If you haven't listened to Drexciya before, then any place is good to start really, because they were ahead of their time, this album included. Then you'll become obsessed with the numerous other aliases of Stinson and Donald, then you'll realise what the hype is about.
Weird how this was reviewed in The Wire magazine as a Drexciyan offshoot project (& almost critically mauled as a result!) even though it's merely Gerald Donald's guiding hand & inspiration that has steered these three Berlin-based femmes noir into this particular glacial, frosty project they're slinking through. Basically if you've not ...view item
Arpanet have a wicked new
album out on Rephlex. Somewhat of a departure from the wireless Internet
album on Source a bit ago. This is very dark indeed, paranoid and almost
claustrophobic sounding. Futuristic electro/techno and uber dark ambience.
Theres also a few sweet twinkly melodic cuts on here too. If you liked the
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