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- Space Loops The Complete Sessions by Data 70
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Here's what Phil had to say about part 1 in 2006:
a dbl pack by Data 70 and that's on clear vinyl. This is more droney, wooshy, spacey and experimental with all kinds of bleeps and synth washes. Nothing new but then I haven't heard any of this stuff for ages so it's sitting rather nicely with me at the mo.
Here's what Mingus (NOT ReviewBot) had to say about Volume 2 in 2007:
Data 70: 'Space Loops Volume Two' (Enraptured) A ten track, yes ten tracks! DJ tool of sorts that contains little interludes and snippets of mainly analogue keyboard sounds; you know bleeps, bloops. On the flip some of the sounds get a bit more tonal with hissy stactic waves, distortion and queasy listening tones. Collectors of library music will know doubt appreciate the kistch value, turntablists and sound art afficiandos will find practical and cerebal pleasures... (this is great! analog electronic sounds for fans of Raymond Scott, Radiophonic Orchestra etc.... blue wax and the best thing Enraptured have put out for years!- Phil)
Here's what Mike had to say about Volume 3 in 2012:
Peculiar duo Data 70 are back with a third volume of their space loops, this time with 24 offerings stretched over two whole 7”s. They play vintage-sounding electronic condensed into tiny minute-long looped offerings which sound like Boards of Canada made a record for Ghost Box. As if to confound us further, though, there's an interview inside (performed by a certain Ekoplekz lad) in which they skirt around the explicit suggestion of any such influences. Nonetheless, these quirky little pieces certainly have that library tone archive quality to them, with off-kilter little melodies and nostalgic synth tones vanishing almost as quickly as they arrive. Everything's quite minimal and spacious and there's a bit of a classic sci-fi feel to a lot of it as well. It's cerebral but not too challenging, arty but not too pretentious, retro but not dated. A really intriguing bit of chin-stroker fodder.
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