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Primary Node - Aeolipile
with remixes from Swarm Intelligence and Dead Sound

techno industrial idm

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#1 acroplane

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Posted 12 June 2018 - 01:45 AM

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Primary Node - Aeolipile

 

 

Primary Node return to Acroplane Recordings for their 2nd release, following on from the extremely well received 2016 debut LP My Part in this Downfall.

 

Aeolipile continues a varied approach to techno and analogue sonic manipulation, yet arguably delivers a more dancefloor-focussed release.

 

Two excellent remixes from long term Acroplane contributors Swarm Intelligence (Voitax, Ad Noiseam, Acroplane) and Dead Sound (Perc Trax, Null+Void, Acroplane) close out an EP that marks a fresh statement of intent for both artist and label.

 

1. Wrangling Seagulls
2. Heron's Ball
3. LBK MLS
4. Obstruct Distortion
5. TimeRave Zero
6. Wrangling Seagulls (Swarm Intelligence Remix)
7. TimeRave Zero (Dead Sound Remix)

 

Available now from the Acroplane Bandcamp store at www.acroplane.org

 

Then released via Bleep, Boomkat, Itunes, Amazon, Juno, Clone and the usual big stores Monday 18th June 2018.


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Posted 12 June 2018 - 07:40 AM

i prefer wrangling seagulls to heron's ball. both are very heavy productions. wrangling seagulls reminds me of leftfield. heron's ball sounds a bit like serge fenix rendered 2

 



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Posted 14 June 2018 - 04:25 PM

Thanks for the feedback. There are some real gems in the full EP. All free to check out via Bandcamp currently, and the sound quality isn't bad. Sounds much better via a FLAC purchase obviously :p



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Posted 19 June 2018 - 12:28 AM

This was released in all the usual big stores yesterday, ie Bleep, Boomkat, Juno, Amazon, etc.

 

Here's a great review in Igloomag, featured alongside the new Mick Harris and Justin Broadrick EPs: http://igloomag.com/...sh-primary-node



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Posted 19 June 2018 - 08:20 AM

I like it. Very energetic and nice sound textures. A little too compressed for my ears though, the sound design hits you like a brick and leaves no room for breathing. Loudness war.







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