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X - Ten Years Of Artefacts

Luca Mortellaro (a.k.a. techno artist Lucy) marks the tenth anniversary of his Stroboscopic Artefacts imprint by releasing a 13-track, 3xLP compilation of fresh new cuts from the label’s roster. X - Ten Years of Artefacts sees the likes of Lotus Eater, Alessandro Adriani, James Ruskin and Lucy himself deliver new material, with a planned EP of remixes of the label’s catalogue coming soon. 
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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.  

Alessandro Adriani
Morphic Dreams

Alessandro Adriani sure does keep busy. As well as running the excellent Mannequin Records, Adriani also cranks out wedges of prime industrial electronics at an impressive clip. His sophomore LP Morphic Dreams finds Adriani back on Stroboscopic Artefacts (Efdemin, L.B. Dub Corp) and running his usual gauntlet of electro, minimal wave, industrial techno and Gothic post-punk.
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Lucy
Dyscamupia

Anyone who reads press releases these days would think the world has simply gone triptych-mad. Here’s today’s triptych courtesy of Stroboscopic Artefacts’ Luca Mortellaro - that’s Lucy to you, buddy. It’s a triptych about Albert Camus’ ever-resonant novel The Stranger, focusing on the periods before, during and after a certain pivotal moment in the story. Jason Snell lends a crackle-voiced narration of Meursault as the triptych's thick rhythms and sound design chug along.
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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. 
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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.

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.
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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.
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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.
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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.