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*TECHNO* acid, ambient, detroit, dub, minimal, industrial, wonky (Track no longer than 12 mins)


Starting off with a dark chamber like techno track with a rhythmic focus and sparse atmosphere. Some reverbed clave like percussion begins to dance around the rhythms as atmosphere swirls around giving a mystic feel. A pretty standard techno track but still well done. I will probably check more from the TIKITA label. 3.7/5

Seconds To Forever

Seconds To Forever

This one starts with some swirling atmosphere as well but takes shape into a more blissful feel while incorporating dub elements. The sub bass compliments the dancier percussion nicely and they play off of each other while while your typical dub synths and pads pulsate with the beat. A nice track. 4/5

Get On Your Knees

A dark track from Regis and I wouldn't expect any different. Its industrial rhythm flickers about before the assault breaks up into a haunting passage. Things build back up before climaxing into another varied assault. 4.1/5
Den Umgekehrten Atem


Aaron knows my tastes too well. This was a fusion of EBM and techno with industrial embellishments appearing and disappearing into the affair. Vocals haunt in the background and give nice atmospheric variation. It's bleak, esoteric, and an impressive gem product of deutschland. 4.4/5
6animal holocaust
messe noire

messe noire

A noisey industrial techno track here that assaults you with its pummeling distorted rhythms. Reverberated percussive explosions bounce off of the desolate walls while a grimey synth slithers about. A damn good nocturnal slab of nefarious techno. 4.2/5
7Prince Of Denmark


Well this is an album I need to check out sooner than later. This was a study in atmospheric spellbinding that had my thoughts dissolving. An introspective masterpiece that possesses your soul, and whispers "let go". 4.6/5

Moments (a1)

I can almost see the strobes flickering off of dilated pupils with this one. The track doesn't venture much but instead relies on it's drugged out dancey rhythms as high frequencies shimmer on the off beats. The synth brings an acid like flavor to the mix and continues to skip around your mind for its entirety. Seems to accurately represent the exploding techno scene of the 90s. 3.9/5
Shedding The Past


Here is another album I surely need to check out. This was a nice change of pace from your typical four on the floor, synth, sparse atmopheric formula of most techno. The synth reminded me of Tri Repetae era Autechre and worked nicely to morph the shape and feeling of the track. A snare with light delay worked to dance around and fill in some of the rhythmic voids surrounding some deep low end rumbling kick punches. Fantastic track. 4.4/5
10Vladislav Delay


I may check this sometime but I have to eliminate you since all of your recs weren't qualified for the round.

11Soundtrack (Film)
Blade 2

Confusion (Pump Panel Deconstruction Mix)

An acid techno track from the 90s that is highly dancable. The remix builds it's intensity with some vocoder vocals remixed before chants of "Confusion!" contaminate the track. The 303 persistently nails its driving melody into your brain before morphing into a varied version of itself towards the end. Solid stuff. 3.9/5
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