Hypnagogia by Dopplereffekt / Objekt

Leisure System presents a new split from two much sought after techno acts. The ever-elusive Dopplereffekt, of whom next to nothing is really known, are dropping their first track for the label since their EP 'Tetrahymena' last year; they're joined by the slightly less impossible to track down Objekt, who continues to procure his techno 'n' dubstep paradise on the B-side. 'Hypnagogia' should prove to be an invigorating slab of techno. 



  • Dopplereffekt - Delta Wave
  • Objekt - Ganzfeld

Vinyl 12" £9.99 LSR012

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Hypnagogia by Dopplereffekt / Objekt
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9/10 Ant 05 September 2014

Dopplereffekt return to Leisure System following up the wicked 'Tetrahymena' EP and also the lovely 12" with Visonia for Last Known Trajectory. I've always been a sucker for Gerald Donald's productions under his many aliases and so to mark this particular occasion I've saved the task of listening to and writing about this record until the very end of the day as a reward to myself for erm... doing stuff that didn't involve sitting down and playing records.............. And now behold as my ears absorb the future vibrations of 'Delta Wave'; A lush widescreen sci-fi electro track, that sounds like it was made by Kraftwerk and Vangelis clones that had beamed themselves fifty years into the future. It's not really taking me anywhere Donald's music hasn't already, but you know, the man's nailed his sound and I'm more than happy to chill to it for the rest of my days.

In just under 6 minutes Berlin producer Objekt manages to distil the finer elements of modern electronic dance music into 'Ganzfeld'. Energy-wise and rhythmically it lends from drum and bass albeit with a techno/ futuristic electro sound palette. wrapped around the drums are smatterings of lush melody combined with an acid funk element (the type you'd expect to find on an Underground Resistance record) plays tug o' war with the acid jazz funk of Squarepusher plus plenty of cheeky Aphexy twists and turns. You can tell he's spent a bit of time working on this tune and polishing this up. The production is really slick and immaculate sounding with crisp drums and low-end dubstep style rumble. So yeah a sorta techy drum and bass electro hybrid with good party vibes pretty much guaranteed unless you happen to be DJ'ing in a morgue.


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