Basic Channel Vinyl, CD & tapes by Basic Channel at Norman Records

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Basic Channel
Phylyps Trak

Not to be confused with ‘Phylyps Trak II’, Basic Channel’s 1993 EP Phylyps Trak is a similarly defining moment in the history of club music. To say that Mark Ernestus and Moritz von Oswald’s sound is influential is to do it a disservice. In the most basic terms, dub techno simply wouldn’t exist without their pioneering work. This reissued three-track still goes so very deep.
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Basic Channel
Quadrant Dub

If you’re something with even a passing interest in techno then you’ll probably be aware of the importance of Basic Channel. The brand of dub techno that the duo of Moritz von Oswald and Mark Ernestus pioneered in the 90s has been frequently imitated but rarely bettered. 1994’s sprawling, evocative ‘Quadrant Dub’ EP is one of the finest examples of their oeuvre.
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Basic Channel
Octagon / Octaedre

Another re-press for Basic Channel’s seminal ‘Octagon’/‘Octaedre’ 12” here. Originally issued in 1994, the two tunes here are the creme de la creme of the dub techno sound that the duo of Moritz von Oswald and Mark Ernestus forged in the Basic Channel fire. It's now almost a quarter-century on from their first release and both tracks still sound great in the club.
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Basic Channel
Radiance

Classic Basic Channel back out on wax. Radiance comes in three long form parts and is one of their most vital releases and a massive influence on the dub techno scene with its floaty dub-inflected sound heard in everything from Deepchord to Fluxion and Deadbeat. Beautiful atmospheric stuff that needs to be heard on vinyl.  
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Basic Channel
Phylyps Trak II

Minimal/dub techno pioneers Basic Channel re-press their 1994 classic Phylyps Trak II. Split across two sides of wax, this one is a mighty fusion of hard techno beats, thick bass and Ostgut synth textures. It’s also just as good if you spin it at either 45 or 33 - the slower one is the sort of deep meditation that has influenced countless artists down the years.
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Rhythm & Sound
The Versions

Repress of Rhythm & Sound’s (Basic Channel) 2003 release The Versions. Kings of dub techno Moritz von Oswald and Mark Ernestus compiled the singles they did for Burial Mix, separating the vocals and leaving these instrumentals to do what they do best, wash over you with warm heady bass. LP on Burial Mix.
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Basic Channel
Q1.1

A quarter-century on and still no-one has ever managed to match Basic Channel. The duo of Mark Ernestus and Moritz von Oswald rewrote the rulebook back in the ‘90s with their fusion of Detroit club sonics with dub/reggae production trickery. Pretty much every techno act that has emerged from Berlin since owes Basic Channel a debt. 1993 EP Q1.1 is just one of the many pioneering records they laid down back in the day, and now it’s been re-pressed for your delectation.
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Rhythm & Sound
w/ The Artists

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Cyrus
Inversion

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Basic Channel
Q-Loop

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Quadrant
Infinition


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Rhythm & Sound
Roll Off

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Round One
I'm Your Brother

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Round Two
New Day

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Mark Ernestus' Ndagga Rhythm Force
Yermande

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Rhythm & Sound
Trace

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Rhythm & Sound w/ Tikiman
Music A Fe Rule

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Rhythm & Sound
Aground

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Rhythm & Sound
Carrier

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Maurizio
M-4

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Rhythm & Sound
Smile

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Round Five (featuring Tikiman)
Na Fe Throw It

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Round Three (featuring Tikiman)
Acting Crazy

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Round Four (feat. Tikiman)
Find A Way

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Moritz von Oswald & Ordo Sakhna
Moritz von Oswald & Ordo Sakhna

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Mark Ernestus Vs. Konono No. 1
Masikulu Dub / Masikulu Rhythm

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Basic Channel
Lyot Rmx

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Mark Ernestus Vs. Obadikah
April

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Maurizio
Domina

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Vainqueur
Lyot

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Rhythm & Sound
See Mi Yah

The Berlin-based production duo of Mark Ernestus and Moritz Von Oswald have been recording as Rhythm & Sound for more than two decades, experimenting with new forms of reggae. Their ambitious new album See Mi Yah sees them bring in a rotating cast of guest vocalists for a seamless, continuous mix. 

Basic Channel
Basic Channel

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Basic Channel
BCD-2

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Rhythm & Sound
The Versions

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