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  1. Bumping this up here, RIYL the sound of Exalt, Firescope and the like. Highly recommended.
  2. Hi all. I realized music that sounds like spiritual, etheric ambient glitch/techno is the type of music that my mind resonates with the most. Some examples might be Oval, Vladislav Delay, SND, Visible Cloaks, Huerco S., etc. Do you know something similar? Can be visuals too. https://www.webdesignmuseum.org/flash-websites/sixstation-2002
  3. From ambient through house to emotive melodic techno and beyond, Vid Vai's first album is a tasty charcuterie w/ hints of Detroit influence. RIYL John Beltran, John Shima, Derek Carr, Darren Nye. Highly recommended.
  4. Brendon Moeller returns to Delsin with an EP of dubby modular techno and soundscapes. Highly recommended.
  5. Three remixes of Chiovenda's latest album tracks, higher-order techno from Stanislav Tolkachev, Inigo Kennedy, and Kessell. Recommended.
  6. An amazing return to activity from Mat Carter's Varial, a compilation of variable electronics celebrating their love of the video game aesthetic. Extremely highly recommended.
  7. LA Synthesis is on Bandcamp. This was released in March, but there's nothing else (as of yet). Hopefully they get the material that's on Beatport to Bandcamp. If you've never heard this before, you need to: It's from 1994, remastered and re-released on @Detuned in 2015 with a handful of amazing-as-heck remixes from Plaid, Ian O'Brien, Terrace, ADJ and Carl Finlow; the original track is simply eternal, it doesn't get old - I've been caning it for 25+ years. You should also check out their 1996 album, Matrix Surfer on Shield Records (a great label, too, check out everything - especially Mauler's [Fabrice Lig] PGM 100).
  8. For fans of retro techno and acid (w/ hints of James Bernard as Influx), a new full album from Sven Kössler with a great remix from Inkipak. Highly recommended.
  9. Now live: echospacedetroit.bandcamp.com You can finally pick up the Altering Illusions compilation (CD shipping late Oct, but some of it is available digitally now) And there's also a limited 1hr cv313 live CDR (100 copies) - [email protected]_primary
  10. Hi everyone, just wanted to share part of an hour long set I'm working on, it's a little rough, but there's another nine parts I've got to focus on. So here it is, any feedback would be greatly appreciated 🙏🏼 Listen to Part - Ib2 by Alan dB on #SoundCloud https://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/zhm5e
  11. Absolutely fabulous roster of artists - John Shima, Steven Rutter, Paul Hierophant, Shadow Acid, Morphology, and SCN1 - on a 3x7" dubplate compilation. Extremely highly recommended, I really hope these tracks will be released in digital, too.
  12. I think the end result is not that interesting, but someone might like it.
  13. Metro Dade's one and only album from 1996 digitally reissued by Gerd. Highly recommended.
  14. Funky experimental electronics and beat excursions. Recommended.
  15. Deep progressive techno excursions for gazing into space. Highly recommended.
  16. <a href="http://indifferentspace.bandcamp.com/album/acrelid-illegal-rave-tapes-the-complete-series-1999-2012">Acrelid - Illegal Rave Tapes - The Complete Series 1999-2012 by Acrelid</a> Acrelid - Illegal Rave Tapes The Complete Series 1999-2012 Available Now @: https://indifferentspace.bandcamp.com/album/acrelid-illegal-rave-tapes-the-complete-series-1999-2012 ................................... Tracklist No......Title..............................Time. ................................................ ...................Volume 01.................... ................................................ 1.......Dice Rail..........................05:07 2.......Inverted Era.......................04:47 3.......Arc Idle...........................03:35 4.......An Rich Rods.......................04:35 5.......Shining Design.....................03:31 6.......New Horizon........................04:19 7.......Canned Horrids.....................02:52 8.......RAM Cycles.........................02:24 9.......Freq Form..........................02:32 10......Snore..............................03:20 11......Thar Ver...........................01:34 12......Drill Step.........................02:25 13......Nuthag.............................04:21 14......Despicable.........................04:23 15......Sequence Street....................05:03 16......Vebus..............................03:38 ................................................ ...................Volume 02.................... ................................................ 17......Depth Stomp........................03:35 18......Inertia............................03:54 19......PAX6...............................05:14 20......Coriolis Force.....................03:09 21......Action After Warning...............05:13 22......Glass Maze.........................03:12 23......The Apparent Motion Of.................. ........Stationary Objects.................03:09 24......Orville Acid.......................05:10 25......Auto-Replicant.....................02:15 26......Pelt!..............................04:53 27......Belly Dance Jabba..................03:39 28......It Was That Man!...................02:57 29......It's Not A Matter of Belief........03:01 30......Mongcore (Dub).....................04:52 ................................................ ...................Volume 03.................... ................................................ 31......The Submersible Mind...............04:54 32......To Remind Me.......................05:06 33......Navigate Our Brain.................02:12 34......Macroland..........................03:52 35......Occom Acid.........................05:02 36......Tethered...........................03:31 37......Cantina Scene......................04:29 38......Peak Indication....................04:07 39......Pulse Wave.........................02:07 40......Inaugural Rushes...................04:03 41......Shackler...........................03:47 42......Blue Dawn..........................02:40 43......Funny Faces........................03:50 44......Mr Modulator.......................03:56 45......Found a Pineapple..................03:56 ................................................ ...................Volume 04.................... ................................................ 46......Rave Clubs And Things..............04:30 47......I Like To Look Down At.................. ........Earth From Above...................04:59 48......Right There........................04:17 49......Spin Dizzies.......................04:05 50......Forever War........................05:35 51......Terraform..........................03:28 52......Rotter.............................04:49 53......Cunt Music.........................06:02 54......The Church.........................09:06 55......A Huge Worm........................02:34 56......Voyage To Nowhere..................03:35 ................................................ ...................Volume 05.................... ................................................ 57......Scapegoat..........................05:15 58......Contamination......................05:01 59......Pure Knowledge.....................04:24 60......Under Current......................03:40 61......The Shakes.........................01:56 62......Some Darkness......................06:28 63......Geiger Counter.....................04:52 64......Mush!..............................02:43 65......Acid Pursuit.......................03:54 66......Quirk..............................04:40 67......The 3rd Planet From The Sun........04:38 68......The Twilight Zone (Music 2000 Mix).04:41 69......Return To Slumber..................03:23 ................................................ ...................Volume 06.................... ................................................ 70......Collective Memory Loss.............05:29 71......Orthopteria........................01:56 72......Head Space.........................03:24 73......Op Acid............................04:50 74......Quanta.............................04:33 75......Shape Shifter......................05:14 76......Anti-Ordinance.....................03:59 77......Pulsating Parallax.................05:25 78......Dance Of Ra........................04:00 79......Freescape..........................07:34 80......pH 2–10............................05:11 ................................................ ...................Volume 07.................... ................................................ 81......Pre-Sync...........................03:55 82......Begin With Yourself................05:21 83......Establishment Worn.................06:18 84......Etc...Etc..........................03:21 85......Gravity Assist.....................03:28 86......Don't Fear.........................06:04 87......Plasma Wave........................05:26 88......Crystallization Method.............03:20 89......Space Blaster......................02:41 90......Machinary At Night.................05:04 91......Agent Acid.........................04:49 92......I Don't Know...Yeah! Yeah!.........03:44 ................................................ ...................Volume 08.................... ................................................ 93......Radiation Belts....................03:43 94......Xpogo..............................03:15 95......Kinetic Bombardment................02:33 96......Agro Beats.........................05:48 97......Ideomotor..........................07:01 98......Come On...John!....................01:23 99......Velocity Pit.......................03:04 100.....Siphon.............................04:53 101.....Magnavox Odyssey...................02:18 102.....Dopplerganger......................02:19 103.....Acoustique Et Optique..............03:49 104.....Control Loop.......................04:10 105.....Craz-emaze.........................04:05 106.....Attack Of The Analog Critters......06:05 ................................................ ...................Volume 09.................... ................................................ 107.....It's Only A Dream..................04:02 108.....Imagery Garden.....................03:57 109.....Raindance..........................02:15 110.....Neuromodulator.....................04:20 111.....Fog Horn...........................04:07 112.....Die Section........................02:56 113.....Isotip.............................04:04 114.....Hypnotism..........................03:12 115.....Messhead...........................04:59 116.....Over The Hills.....................02:48 117.....Brucey Bonus Beats.................00:59 118.....Wookiee Acid.......................04:16 119.....Ab-origin..........................02:09 120.....Didgeridoo II......................04:36 121.....A Dark Place.......................04:49 ................................................ ...................Volume 10.................... ................................................ 122.....Flummox............................05:27 123.....My Sine............................04:04 124.....Ylem...............................05:33 125.....Guts...............................03:16 126.....Master System......................03:07 127.....Play Frustrate Continue............04:23 128.....Slur Acid..........................05:15 129.....Cryptic Crimson....................03:33 130.....Illusive Topic.....................04:02 131.....Scordatura.........................04:06 132.....Wobbley............................05:30 133.....Absorption Breaks..................03:43 ................................... Digital Download: £35 Downloads include: All 10 Volumes in one Download Print your own artwork templates for CD and Cassette for each volume of the series PDF Booklet containing Track Guides Equipment Setup Diagrams and Reviews 10 x High Res Posters 2 x Flyers ................................... 10 x Cassette Boxset: £60 + Shipping Downloads include: All 10 Volumes on Hi Viz C60 Cassettes 1 x Presentation Box 32 Page Booklet including Track Guides, Equipment Setups, Interviews, Reviews 10 x Badge Set 10 x Stickers 2 x Flyers Limited to 10 Copies Worldwide ................................... ***FOR THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE COLLECTED THE SERIES ON CASSETTE SO FAR*** Volume 10 + Cassette Boxset: £20 + Shipping Downloads include: Just Volume 10 on Black C60 Cassette 1 x Presentation Box 32 Page Booklet including Track Guides, Equipment Setups, Interviews, Reviews 10 x Badge Set 10 x Stickers 2 x Flyers Go Here For This Offer: https://indifferentspace.bandcamp.com/album/acrelid-illegal-rave-tapes-volume-10 Limited to 5 Copies Worldwide ................................... 10 x CD Bundle: £60 + Shipping Downloads include: All 10 Volumes on CD 10 x Stickers 2 x Flyers ................................... ''The Illegal Rave Tapes Series is a collection of solo electronic recordings by John Lee Richardson under the alias Acrelid. Recorded at his Mum and Dads, 125 Pelham and Hatcliffe House Studios between the years 1999-2012. This series of solo electronic tracks, analog jams and experiments in Braindance/Techno/Jungle/Acid/Breakcore etc....whatever you want to call it....are the flipside to The Hatcliffe House Tapes Series. Recorded at the same time (some before) using the same equipment, in the same studio space. Most of these recordings where made on cassette and mini disc reflecting the time period they was captured in.'' Written, Arranged and Produced by John Lee Richardson at Hatcliffe House Indifferent Space Recordings Circa 1999-2012
  17. One of my favourite contemporary techno artists, Denise Rabe continues her fable series. Highly recommended.
  18. Dancefloor-oriented electro, breaks, and techno w/ a splash of acid. Recommended.
  19. Interesting and variable electronics from Andrew Lagowski; I first encountered his work on GPR around the mid-1990s, and he's been at it to this day. Recommended.
  20. https://special-request.bandcamp.com/album/belief-system 23 tracks that meander between scuffed techno fodder, abstract jungle artillery, and behemoth ambient tones First proper album-like release since Modern Warfare, but much more balanced. Some tracks are direct callbacks to that sound, like Sanctuary, Make It Real, and Brainstorm, but he gets a bit more experimental with Leviathan and Replicant. All flavors of techno here too, with the brooding Catacombs, the over-stimulated Curtain Twitcher, the naive Tiresias, and the aptly-named Scrambled in LS1. The part that personally surprised me was how actually good the ambient stuff is, right from the warm and triumphant opening Chrysalis (which i keep thinking sounds like a reprise of New Seeds) to the warning calls of Transmission. Reckoning sounds straight out of a contemporary action film. In Loving Memory ends the album on a surprisingly human note, despite the overall cold outer shell of the two-hour record You could call the whole thing badly navigated and overly broad in its genres, but i think it's a really impressive piece from Paul Woolford, showcasing masterful ability even sometimes at the expense of coherence Highly recommended
  21. Hard, harsh, and heavy industrial techno album with hints of EBM + remixes. Recommended.
  22. Hypnotic peak-time techno. Highly recommended.
  23. Emotive electronics in the form of ambient, house, and deep techno for fans of Darren Nye, John Shima, Derek Carr, and John Beltran. PWYW, Highly recommended.
  24. A diverse four-tracker from newcomer Danil Inyushkin, breaks, electro, and bass, dancefloor burners all. Recommended.
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