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LPs 2002-2005

LPs 2002-2005 collects together the early work of techno long stay Deadbeat. Focusing on the work of the Canadian producer that predates his move to dub techno's Berlin epicentre, this massive 6-vinyl box set collects together his most iconic Montreal moments. The collection beautifully demonstrates his evolving production prowess and guides you through a period of crackling post Basic Channel optimism. Heavyweight collection of dubbed dancefloor evolution.
  • Vinyl Deluxe LP box set (BLKRTZ011)

Walls & Dimensions

Walls & Dimensions is, like the Sunn O))) album it’s title reminds me of, something of a pinnacle to Deadbeat’s work. Eight tracks (spread over a DJ-friendly three vinyl records) including cello from Maarten Vos and vocals from Fink and Delhia de France, this album on BLKRTZ is a rich masterpiece of techno and other electronic forms.
  • Vinyl Triple LP (BLKRTZ014L)
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Wax Poetic For This Our Last Resolve

The tenth LP from Canadian electronic composer Deadbeat sees Scott Monteith searching for resolve and companionship in troubling times. Monteith reached out to friends like Gudrun Gut and Mike Shannon, asking them to send him messages of hope. He then interpreted them aurally, making the words he received the centrepiece of each track on this album of experimental techno. The resulting LP is a wise, heartwarming statement.
  • Vinyl Double LP (BLKRTZ018LP)
  • CD (BLKRTZ018CD)

Walls and Dimensions II

With beats this lively, perhaps Deadbeat is not the most accurate name. Thumping through your speakers, Walls and Dimensions II showcases increasingly complex beats and melodies. Building and releasing tension, this 12” will capture your attention. Just wait until the vocals kick in and let yourself go.

Walls and Dimensions I

What started as an exercise in working within the restraints of an extensive travel schedule, necessitating the ritual of  ‘the daily drone’ (the collecting of field recordings and experimenting with improvised software synthesis) was transformed into a cathartic exercise in contemplation following the death of a loved one giving these already meditative, mindful drones a powerful emotional gravity.

Deadbeat & Paul St Hilaire
The Infinity Dub Sessions

Some genre affirming expansions from Deadbeat & Paul St Hilaire. The Infinity Dub Sessions are eight delicious tracks from this legendary pair. This one is a testament to dub through the ages, with Deadbeat (aka Scott Monteith) supplying the effortless grooves, echoes and dubs, and Hilaire letting lose his liquid flow over this tasty delights. Out on vinyl LP vinyl and CD from BLKRTZ.

Lee Scratch Perry & The Orb
The Deadbeat Remixes

Deadbeat and Danuel Tate
Lazy Jane