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Bore Hole – Muscles & Hate – Untitled – Hole02


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Second release from bore hole, Russian label associated with the now infamous Клуб (Kisloty Club). The release continues the label’s DIY philosophy with four trippy lo-fi cuts from an obscure Moscow artist balancing different in genres and tempos ranging from 120 to 160 BPM.



A1: Time For More

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A2: Labyrinth

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B1: Muscles & Hate

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B2: SCS.mp

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C: Untitled (Digital Bonus)

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Colorcode Records – Sascha Rydell / Monomood – Waves – Colorcode001


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Sascha Rydell and Monomood drop two silky cuts on the brand new Colorcode imprint.
Colorcode Records, the galvanizing new label run by former Fachwerk members Roman Lindau, Sascha Rydell and Monomood is all about extending their eclectic and intriguing, musical vision.
To do so they combine color schemes with the music and create an exciting and colorful platform for their versatile output. Every genre has a reference to a color, blue is a dub orientated sound, red is focused on proper 4 to the floor and groovy techno, green is an experimental sound and yellow a more house focused sound and it won’t stop here, There won’t be any restrictions by these four colors as Colorcode is constantly trying to explore new genre boundaries.
The two Artists on this record can already look back on over twenty releases on the likes of Fachwerk, Baum Records, Etui Records or Shtum and continue their musical journeys into the depths of colorful sound experimentation without creative restriction.
Sascha Rydell’s ‘SR 80’ kicks things off with fluctuating modulations, delicate atmospherics and euphoric, chord progression that alleviates the senses before Monomood’s ‘No Tangent’ rounds things off with dubby textures, tantalizing high hats and deep, undulating bass variations reverberating throughout the track.



A: Sascha Rydell – SR80

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B: Monomood – NO TANGENT

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Dystopian – Beroshima – Interplugreaction Remixes – Dystopian 028.1


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A classic retold: Dystopian’s latest EP goes way back to 1996 when the track “Interplugreaction“ was released as part of Beroshima’s “Lost Freakquencies Vol. 1“ EP on Tanjobi Records a sublabel of Acid Orange. More than 20 years later the track has proven to be timeless and still creates that unique mood on dance floors.
Dystopian’s “Interplugreaction Remixes“ EP bridges the gap between then and now by combining the original track with remixes by Rødhåd, Marcel Dettmann, Tijana T and Somewhen on two 12 inches each having an individual cover design.
Continuing to push forward and blur the boundaries with the same energy and vision that he had in the 1990s, Beroshima, remains a key character in the story of underground electronic music.



A1: Interplugreaction

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B1: Somewhen Remix

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Dystopian – Beroshima – Interplugreaction Remixes – Dystopian 028.2


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A classic retold: Dystopian’s latest EP goes way back to 1996 when the track “Interplugreaction“ was released as part of Beroshima’s “Lost Freakquencies Vol. 1“ EP on Tanjobi Records a sublabel of Acid Orange. More than 20 years later the track has proven to be timeless and still creates that unique mood on dance floors.
Dystopian’s “Interplugreaction Remixes“ EP bridges the gap between then and now by combining the original track with remixes by Rødhåd, Marcel Dettmann, Tijana T and Somewhen on two 12 inches each having an individual cover design.
Continuing to push forward and blur the boundaries with the same energy and vision that he had in the 1990s, Beroshima, remains a key character in the story of underground electronic music.



A1: Marcel Dettmann Remix

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A2: Tijana T Remix

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B1: Rødhåd Remix

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