Triple LP compilation from Repitch Recordings, assembled to celebrate their fifth birthday. They’ve managed plenty in that time, as tracks from the likes of Shapednoise, Pinch, Sote and Zenker Brothers demonstrates. Dys Functional Electronic Music covers a wide range of experimental approaches to the club, and it consequently makes for a fab and unusual listen. 3LP set with bundled CD.
A1. Pinch - No Justice (PT2)A2. Ascion - Getaway HighwayA3. Nuel - BiopunkB1. Galaxian - Show of ForceB2. Drvg Cvltvre - Dead And Gone
C1. Shapednoise - 0.1dbhisdoi'fioa C2. Chris Moss Acid - CatacidC3. AnD - TT2D1. Gaja - Any ExpectationsD2. The Exaltics - VierundvierzigD3. Sote - Operor
E1. SKUDGE-BUCHLA.M1000 E2. Mike Parker - Ilium_Curve E3. Ascion & D. Carbone - Dritte F1. Zenker Brothers - Perainer F2. D. Carbone - Comma Wave
Triple LP £29.99 REPITCH01LP
3x12" + CD on Repitch incl, Shapednoise, AnD, Mike Parker, Sote, Nuel, Pinch, Zenker Brothers, Skudge, The Exaltics etc.
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I’m not gonna review ‘Dys Functional Electronic Music’ in full because by the time I’m done I’ll be dead. There’s sixteen tracks on here which I think are all exclusive, all spread across three slabs of wax and cuddle up together on a CD. A great package to celebrate the first five years of Ascion, D. Carbone and Shapednoise’s Repitch label.
Just check out who’s on here; Pinch, Ascion, Nuel, Galaxian, Drvg Cvltvre, Shapednoise, Chris Moss Acid, AnD, Gaja, The Exaltics, Sote, Mike Parker, Skudge, Zenker Brothers and Ascion & D. Carbone. Some bloody belters on here and all... Initial standout cuts are Nuel’s gliding liquid metal upbeat electro ‘Biopunk’ that’s like a dreamy DJ Stingray, then Galaxian’s squirming acid electro ‘Show of Force’ that’s somewhere between AFX’s remix of DJ Pierre’s ‘Box Energy’ and early Underground Resistance classic ‘The Final Frontier’. Vincent Koreman goes darkside industrial house as Drvg Cvltvre with ‘Dead and Gone’. Shapednoise detonates the explosive electronics of ‘0.1dbhisdoi'fioa’ going off like a firework in your mind. The Exaltics go pure grotty acid filth. Mike Parker’s trademark deep, tunneling/ bleeping techno is on point as always. I’ve barely scratched the surface but there’s plenty of ammo for the dancefloor and beyond.
A great showcase of producers currently operating at the more “experimental” fringes of techno.
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