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Efdemin
Wrong Movements

Lucy’s Stroboscopic Artefacts has had a great 2018 - check out the stuff the label has released by Serena Butler and L.B. Dub Corp if you don’t believe us. The third drop in SA’s Totem series comes courtesy of techno bossman Efdemin. Wrong Movements kicks off with ‘Wrong Movements (Circles)’, a thumping dub-tech-house number, before flipping the same synth groove two ways on the B-side - ‘Wrong Movements (Left)’, a spiralling minimal number, and the weightless ‘Wrong Movements (Right)’.
  • Vinyl 10" (SATOTEM003)
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The Lotus Eaters
Desatura

Please be very very careful. This is not the 1980s Lotus Eaters famous for their 'First Picture of You' single. Instead these are two techno artists Lucy and Rrose. Here the two step away from the usual techno instrumentation and use synthesized sound and feedback to generate both textural and percussive elements to their music.  
  • CD (SACD010)
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L.B. Dub Corp
Roar

Luke Slater. A totemic figure in the world of Techno. A fixed point in the graph since techno existed and a stalwart of the UK midpoint in the Detroit - European scene / axis. Here he is, doing his 'stripped-back', mechanistic and hard-grooving thing as L.B. Dub Corp: three tracks of hand-carved majesty brought to us via the Stroboscopic Artefacts imprint. 'Roar' arrives as a clear vinyl 10", obviously.
  • Vinyl 10" (SATOTEM002)
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Lucy
Tarkomania

Electronic bod Luca Mortellaro aka Lucy aka label head of Stroboscopic Artefacts unleashes this three tracker onto 10" wax. Expect dark-hued angular dancefloor that is both mysterious and succinct. A small glimpse into the world of this famously nuanced electronic composer.  A unique object and the latest in a line of 10"s from the imprint. 
  • Vinyl 10" (SATOTEM001)
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Serena Butler
We Want Neither Clean Hands Nor Beautiful Souls

Amen to that! We Want Neither Clean Hands Nor Clean Souls sees Serena Butler surface on Lucy’s Stroboscopic Artefacts. The surroundings suit Butler nicely, and the heads-down techno of ‘Globular Hymen’ and ‘Science Is Not An Expression But A Suspension Of Gender’ (nicely put) has shades of label-mates Chevel and Perc. Elsewhere ‘And With Fire Came Disparity’ ends the EP by stripping out the drums to forefront a spoken passage that illuminates the record’s queer feminist agenda. Excellent stuff.
  • Vinyl 12" (SA033)
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Perc
Ma

Intensive industrial techno from Perc. Ma proves that no matter how many electronic-noise upstarts appear Perc’s metallic EBM still rules. On this vinyl 12” the abrasive kick drums and distorted snares are also balanced by compositional nuance; subtle gamelan influences and abstract electroacoustic elements.
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Various
Flowers From The Ashes: Contemporary Italian Electronic Music

Flowers From The Ashes provides a survey of what is currently going on in the mind’s of Italy’s finest electronic producers, ranging from Alessandro Adriani’s EBM dance action to Andrea Belfi’s percussive electroacoustic music and Caterina Barberi’s modular synth. Two LPs or one CD, on the Stroboscopic Artefacts label.
  • Vinyl Double LP (SALP006)
  • CD (SACD009)

Yotam Avni
Perlude to Dybbuk

Beautiful productions from Tel-Aviv’s Yotam Avni, teasing refreshing new branches out of Stroboscopic Artefacts’ enormous Berlin root. The beats are heavy and chugging and the attention to detail would impress a surgeon, but Avni’s touch with flickering fragments of brass jazz or, prominently on the last track, an unspecified Middle-Eastern folk sample, make this twelve especially distinctive and rewarding.
  • Vinyl 12" (SA032)
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Alessandro Adriani
Enter The Fire

Mannequin Records founder Alessandro Adriani teams up with Stroboscopic Artefacts (Perc, Lucy and Klock) for this four-track EP. Enter The Fire is full of the kind of tense, dense dancefloor fugs that Adriani and Mannequin have become known for these past couple of years. The industrialised acid of ‘Rituals (707 EBM Version)’ is particularly relentless. On the B-side we see Adriani trying dub-techno - the ‘Original 808 Version’ of ‘Rituals’ is a treat.
  • Vinyl 12" (SA031)
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Kangding Ray
Hyper Opal Mantis

This massive 3xLP album from French producer David Letellier traces a shadowy journey through various shades of techno, referencing both his previous outings (having had significant dealings with Raster-Noton) and his current environment - Letellier is a resident of the leading twilight techno wonderland, Berlin. Three parts make up the album, each confined to a separate 12” and contributing to the record’s name.
  • Vinyl Triple LP (SALP005)
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Kangding Ray / Rrose
Ardent / Swallows

A split release between Rrose, the exciting producer known for involvement with Sandwell District, and Kangding Ray. Noisy, forward-pushing electronics are they name of the game: with Kangding’s track pushes towards the dancefloor, whereas the Rrose cut is more noisy and abstract. 12” on Stroboscopic Artefacts.

Lucy
Self Mythology

Lucy runs the Stroboscopic Artefacts label, on which his new full-length is seeing release. Self Mythology has all the techno / ambient credentials you’d expect of a release on this Berlin label, but flutes and improvised vocals (from collaborator Jon Jacobs) push some of these tracks into interesting experimental spaces. CD and double LP editions.
  • Vinyl Double LP (SALP004)

Chevel
Blurse Remixed

Chevel hands over originals from his recent Blurse to an impressive crew of remixers for this 12” on Stroboscopic Artefacts. Perc, Lee Gamble, Paula Temple and Minor Science: what a line-up! Happily, they each take slightly different paths, from Temple’s intense razor-dance blast to Perc’s slow shimmering hover.
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Lucy and Klock
War Lullaby

Arpeggiated drones and propulsive 4/4 techno collide in this stonking 12” from Lucy and Klock. A big collaboration between Ben Klock and Lucy War Lullaby offers a mesmerising combination of chest-thumping kick drums and glassy, out of this world chords. Spatial and hypnotic. Out on 12” vinyl from Stroboscopic Artefacts.
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