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Written on Monday, June 19th, 2017


Index Marcel Fengler – AVION – Dispersion EP – IMF 09


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‘Dispersion’ is an EP deep in style, talent and wonder. Embellishing the underground kudos of Berlin-based techno DJ and producer AVION, owner of the hotly tipped, and renowned imprint Crossing, Dispersion is an eclectic mix of cerebral, uncompromising and colorful techno. Title track ‘Dispersion’ is a gleaming display of spacious dancefloor beats; melancholic, yet industrial. ‘Real’ is clinical, functional techno, emulating some of The Wizard’s influential magic. ‘Inverse’ blends together a contemporary approach to sonic aptitudes, while remaining a strictly dancefloor and body orientated, while ‘Enidan’ a colorful moment of ambient beauty, plays the EP out.
It is the first release on Marcel Fengler’s regarded, techno imprint IMF in 2017. ‘Dispersion’ is an ambitious, and unique EP, from a true underground –and mysterious – talent. The EP’s style embodies the bright, hypnotic and pulsing music that has characterized his releases to date on Crossing. Talking about the release, Fengler states, “He got my attention after some pretty strong releases on his own imprint Crossing. I felt that this was something I didn’t have on my label, but still reflected the idea of IMF.”



A1: Dispersion

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A2: Real

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B1: Inverse

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B2: Enidan

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Modelhart – Andrew Numb – Calling EP – MH-09


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Andrew Numb makes his debut on Modelhart with the “Calling EP”. He drops 3 tracks with a remix by Reggie Dokes. The title track “Calling” is a deep techno track inspired by 90s classical Detroit techno. Reggie Dokes drops the tempo and make a slower house tweek of the same title track. On the flipside Andrew drops 2 tracks for the dancefloor in the from of “Seashores” and “The filters are back!”.



A1: Calling


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A2: Calling (Reggie Dokes Late Night remix)

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B1: Seashores

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B2: The filters are back!

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SPE:C – Decka – Behemoth – SPEC01505


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Cut straight for the rave.
Vinyl Only 12 Inch with deluxe clear PVC vinyl sleeve in neon print



A1: Contrivance

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A2: Xempa

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B1: Behemoth

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VRV – Subversive – Subversive Remixes – VRV008


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For nearly a decade, Raíz and Subversive have distributed their vision of dance music on various labels including Historia y Violencia, Electric Deluxe, Construct Reform, Droid Recordings and their own imprint, VRV. Three years into the VRV project, the label heads have decided it is time to expand the roster and showcase artists on a similar plane, producers they know can speak to the sound. The chosen interpreters on this release include DJ Hyperactive, Santiago Salazar and Voiski.
Before Voiski’s well-deserved attention from work on Dement3d, L.I.E.S., and Delsin, he and Subversive had a chance meeting in the bars of Paris in search of the same musical ideals. As they formed a lasting bond, it was a natural choice for Voiski to be tapped on the shoulder for remix duties on Subversive’s “Chainbreaker.” This epic take on the original showcases the similar musical visions that can be shared across oceans, where the music’s place of origin is less important than the destination it delivers.
Santiago Salazar brings his Latin/Midwest sound that’s been found on labels such as UR, Rush Hour, H&V, and Ican. The Underground Resistance veteran invokes Detroit-inspired pads and dubby chords that speak techno’s language of the future.
DJ Hyperactive is a Chicago acid legend who found himself reinvigorated in the 2000s to take up the DJ/producer torch in conjunction with the Droid crew. His early support of the original “Telomere” made him the perfect candidate for this remix, which tracks a straight forward, bass-grounded groove, met with the producer’s own subtle swing sensibilities.



A1: Chainbreaker (Voiski Remix)

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B1: Domestique (Santiago Salazar Remix)

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B2: Telomere (DJ Hyperactive Remix)

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