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Sector I: Rhythm
Tightly wound rhythmic roller from Matrixxman, with a strong electro undercurrent running through its DNA.
FABRICLIVE 90: Kahn & Neek
Kahn & Neek
8-bit grime with a techno snarl, easily the highlight on Kahn & Neek's sick FABRICLIVE mix.
Porter Ricks return with the submerged dub techno they cemented on Chain Reaction in the 90s, perfect subtle sounds.
O$VMV$M revisit the low-fi ilbient sound of their debut with more nightside ambient grime.
Gangsta hardstep jungle which blends a rippin' amen break around an icy backdrop before the breakdown where an unseen MC spits the rudeboy manifesto before the drumz hit and kill it with a 1 shot to the head blow.
Revisiting his classic On Acid LP, Capable is a minimalist approach to the acid techno sound of early Plastikman, killer dub technoir.
Hands & Faces
Fuzzy tape tekno with slight Braindance leanings make this Datassette entry a perfect point for DJs looking to for a melancholic twist to cap off any electro set.
Same as It Ever Was (Instrumental Version)
Feed Em Freedom
Greg & Ed
Low slung hip-hop leanin' electronica from Slugabed, expertly produced beats with an ear to the RNB underground.
Song for a Dead Friend (Daisuke Tanabe Remix)
Your Good Times Are Just Beginning
Daisuke Tanabe sclulpts Gold Pandas original into a footwork leaning Rephlexian style number that has a casio breakdown reminiscent of Unique 3's all time classic The Theme.
t e l e p a t h
Moving away from the ambience, Lover's Gaze sees Dream Catalogue entering into stadium-sized house in full effect.