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Written by Guillermo Escudero   
domingo, 12 enero 2020

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V/A | “X – Ten Years Of Artefacts” | Stroboscopic Artefacts | 2019    V/A | “X – Ten Years Of Artefacts” | Stroboscopic Artefacts | 2019 

El motivo de este compilado es para celebrar 10 años de existencia del sello Stroboscopic Artefacts, dirigido por el italiano Luca Mortellaro y curador de este varios artistas que muestra distintos matices del techno de avanzada.
Mortellaro aparece con su seudónimo Lucy, quien colaborando con Rrose como Lotus Eater y junto a Speedy J como Zeitgeber. También se incluyen en ete compilado destacados artistas de la escena underground de mediados de los ’90 como Luke Slater con su moniker L.B. Dub Corp y James Ruskin.
“Paralysed Spheres” de Denise Rabe con un carácter épico y con viñetas de ruido, propone el lado experimental de este compilado. “From Here On” es el clásico techno de la mano de James Ruskin.
Sobre la base de ritmos 4/4 envolventes emergen sutiles retazos de ruido y loops, líneas ambientales oscuras creando ritmos hipnóticos y para esto sólo hay que dejarse llevar por “Double Down” de Zeitgeber o “Tripholium” de Lotus Eater y por “The Myth Of Purity” compuesto por Rrose, tres magníficas piezas con la mejor factura techno del momento.
www.stroboscopicartefacts.com 

Guillermo Escudero
Enero 2020

 

The reason for this compilation is to celebrate 10 years of Stroboscopic Artefacts label existence, run by Italian artist Luca Mortellaro and curator of this various artists that shows different nuances of advanced techno.
Mortellaro appears with his pseudonym Lucy, who collaborates with Rrose as Lotus Eater and together with Speedy J as Zeitgeber. Also featured in this compilation are prominent artists from the underground scene of the mid-1990s such as Luke Slater with his moniker L.B. Dub Corp and James Ruskin.
"Paralysed Spheres" by Denise Rabe with an epic character proposes the experimental side of this compilation and "From Here On" is the classic techno by James Ruskin.
On the basis of 4/4 immersive rhythms, subtle bits of noise and loops along with dark ambient lines create hypnotic rhythms and for this you just have to get carried away by Zeitgeber's “Double Down” or Lotus Eater's “Tripholium” and “The Myth Of Purity” by Rrose, three fine pieces with the best techno of the moment.
www.stroboscopicartefacts.com 

Guillermo Escudero
January 2019

 

 

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