SSREXTRA95​-​1

by Sascha Müller

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    Fresh via Sascha Müllers' very own Supersix Records-imprint is the labels' cat.no. 095, a new 19 - !!! - track album packed with loads of quality electronic music from the vaults of the ever active German underground producer. Opening with a subsequently titled series of tracks named "Track 07" to "Track 19" the first thirteen cuts on this longplayer cover a musical range from Illbient Noize collages to monotonous Death Techno and Rhythm Industrial, happy experimentalism, Art School Noize and layered modular bleepings, brutally warped guitar feedbacks, twangy, Easy Listening-infused Ambient Noize - yes, this is a thing now! - and beyond whilst, for a change, the following "Where's My Computer" deals with precisely sculpted, stripped down, hyperfunctional Techno - think: Steve Mason's sets around 1994/1995 - before "Zeigerbouncer" brings forth a blueprint for perfectly floating HypnoTrance in 2k20. Furthermore "Zeit Und Raum *30303 Mix" weighs in a stomping, hypnotic take on classic AcidTrance whereas the alternative cut "Zeit Und Raum *Please Trance Me Mix" delivers a punchier, slightly harder and defo more raw approach to the tunes sound with sharp hi-hats, bigger drums and somewhat unprocessed claps before the "Zeitschaltuhr" explores the spine-tingling, desolate monotony of Industrial Electronics in slow motion and the final tune named "Zwergenweitwurfsimulator" gets back to dry, oldskool'ish, uptempo and stab-heavy MonoRave vibes for a closing.

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Track 07 02:59
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Track 08 02:16
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Track 09 02:36
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Track 10 03:07
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Track 11 02:41
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Track 12 03:31
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Track 13 01:53
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Track 14 02:49
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Track 15 02:28
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Track 16 03:00
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Track 17 01:49
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Track 18 02:03
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Track 19 02:34
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Fresh via Sascha Müllers' very own Supersix Records-imprint is the labels' cat.no. 095, a new 19 - !!! - track album packed with loads of quality electronic music from the vaults of the ever active German underground producer. Opening with a subsequently titled series of tracks named "Track 07" to "Track 19" the first thirteen cuts on this longplayer cover a musical range from Illbient Noize collages to monotonous Death Techno and Rhythm Industrial, happy experimentalism, Art School Noize and layered modular bleepings, brutally warped guitar feedbacks, twangy, Easy Listening-infused Ambient Noize - yes, this is a thing now! - and beyond whilst, for a change, the following "Where's My Computer" deals with precisely sculpted, stripped down, hyperfunctional Techno - think: Steve Mason's sets around 1994/1995 - before "Zeigerbouncer" brings forth a blueprint for perfectly floating HypnoTrance in 2k20. Furthermore "Zeit Und Raum *30303 Mix" weighs in a stomping, hypnotic take on classic AcidTrance whereas the alternative cut "Zeit Und Raum *Please Trance Me Mix" delivers a punchier, slightly harder and defo more raw approach to the tunes sound with sharp hi-hats, bigger drums and somewhat unprocessed claps before the "Zeitschaltuhr" explores the spine-tingling, desolate monotony of Industrial Electronics in slow motion and the final tune named "Zwergenweitwurfsimulator" gets back to dry, oldskool'ish, uptempo and stab-heavy MonoRave vibes for a closing.

Review by nitestylez.de

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released December 8, 2019

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