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Written on Monday, July 3rd, 2017


Atrophic Society – Gotshell – Quarkcima – AS008


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Following releases on Detroit Underground, Nachtstrom Schallplatten, Planet Rhythm and BluePrint Records, Gotshell releases his first EP on Atrophic Society.
The Colombian aficionado has been making waves across the world for his uncompromising take on the darker side of techno. His new EP ‘Quarkcima’ is no different, with a thick slice of bass-heavy machine music made for late night body moving.
‘Quarkcima’ follows a bleepy lead with layers of bass, building to a satisfying and tasteful crescendo, which steers clear of the tropes and uses frequencies to their fullest. It invokes a dark and foreboding atmosphere like a creeping black fog.
First on remix duty is Xhin, who takes the bleepy synth lead and twists it into a heavy-but-funky robotic jam, stark and cold on the surface but with plenty of heat underneath.
Jeff Derringer takes the reins for the second remix, wielding the original parts masterfully into a dense, bassline-driven triplet groove that takes the vibe up a few notches.
Finally, label head Vohkinne adds punch and percussion to his charged and clanging remix, which rounds out a fierce package in style.
‘Quarkcima’ is four cuts of essential techno that will never leave your crate.



A1: Gotshell – Quarckcima

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A2: Gotshell – Quarckcima (Xhin Remix)

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B1: Gotshell – Quarckcima (Jeff Derringer Remix)

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B2: Gotshell – Quarckcima (Vohkinne Remix)

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CMMAS – Lvis Mejía – AformA – CMMAS_LP001


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The album attains a unique harmony while drawing from a myriad of beliefs and practices. Syncretism appears not only in the name but in the artwork and the music itself. The independent tonal passages draw on aspects of varied genres while creating a remarkably coherent yet homogeneous work.
Lvis Mejía explores in his second album, topics of the Christian religion and the history of man. Deftly placed style and tempo contrasts express the various antagonisms found in this discourse. With the use of contemporary music in combination with hints of jazz, Mejía designs “spherical soundscapes”, therefore allowing for musical deformations, hence the title “AformA”. The result is an experience that evokes abstract musical impressions.
A reference to Christianity is also embedded in the track order as the first piece ‚Patefactio’ opens the musical event much like a Christian mass. The travel proceeds through the lurking clerical chants of “Æternus-The Final Trial”, whilst the bells are then calling us to mass with the track “In Dissonata Apocalypse” and continuing with the ontological concept of belief in “In Ghost We Trust”.
Everything comes full circle with the history of ‚Homo Errata’ as a conglomerate of “human errors”. This final piece serves also as a link to the second part of the album ,Anthropology of Amnesia’ – a musical description of repression and forgetting as a condition of life, which has emerged as a theme of human existence since the beginning of recorded history.
With this opening piece artist and musician Lvis Mejía has created a magical musical experience, leaving us eager for it´s sequel.



A:
I
Patefactio
Indu Adcretio
Indu Spatio
In ghost we trust


B:
Æternus – The Final Trial
In Apocalyspe Dissonata
Homo Errata


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Static Discos – Lvis Mejía – Lostoys – STA 074


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Lvis Mejía’s third release is a “self curated selection” of his renewed old recordings.
Lostoys is the result of a well-polished archive looking through the glass of composed atemporality.
Perceiving it as a full circled voyage wandering through jazzy hues, adventurous electronica, analog warmth and edgy digital synthesis, Lostoys represents his most ludic material released, so far.



A:
First of all
Anyway, home
The dean salutes you!
Banda, la última y nos vamos!
Y que siga la rumba!
Aghast Moiré


B:
Demons over Juno
Transcendence
Dicey Reminiscence
Whole in black


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The Corner – Phil Moffa – Frequency Of Noise – COR-15


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After nearly a 17 month layoff The Corner returns with 2 killer releases starting off with Phil Moffa’s Frequency Of Noise. This features Phil at his best showings with his deep driving polyrhythmic percussive beatings while coming at you with melodic textures this release is a well rounded ep for djing and listening pleasure. Pressed onto 180 grams vinyl and limited run.



A1: Humans – Follow (PM Remix)

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A2: Development

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B1: The Nameless City

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B2: At The Center

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The Corner – Dar Embarks – Busted – COR-16


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After nearly a 17 month layoff The Corner returns with 2 killer releases COR-16 brings you new artists to the label, Dar Embarks out of Chicago which is Dan Jugel one half of Juzer and Ken Zawacki one half of Circling Vultures bring a taste of Chicago techno with relentless jacking beats firing off at a fast pace with a lot of movement ever changing and modulating tones these tracks are built to move asses. Pressed onto 180 grams vinyl and a limited run.



A1: Screen Death

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A2: Dimethyltryptamine

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B1: Fezzik

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B2: Venkman

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