Markus Masuhr : Structures of Emptiness [Pragmat#018]

“This 11 track album takes you on a journey into the emptiness of the structures of endless loops and deep hypnonic patterns. Dystopian drone and surface elements condense the apparently empty structures into a dense whole and let you down into the deep uneasy soul of the sound.”

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Format: 11 x File, Album, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 11 Mar 2021
Style: Deep Techno

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Various : The Best of spclnch 2020 [SL2020]

“By tradition, spclnch is proud to present a very special collection of carefully selected and compiled tracks for 2020. This is a small gift for all the listeners who support us on our journey. Let’s continue to spread love together.

Thank you to all our incredible producers and all the people who make the label what it is.”

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Format: 13 x Compilation, MP3, 320 kbps; FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 31 Dec 2020
Style: Dub Techno, Deep Techno, Ambient

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Various : Infinity of Perception [Pragmat#017]

Infinity of Perception takes you on a deep hypnotic journey through space and time and lets you into another world full of depth and comfort. Here the different aspects of the techno sound can unfold completely and take up the whole room. 18 tracks where everyone has a story to tell but when combined, the complete picture emerges.

Many thanks to all artists who made this compilation possible with their wonderful tracks.”

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Format: 18 x File, Compilation, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 17 Feb 2021
Style: Deep Techno

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Nordena / Organit : Moraine [self-released]

“With this small gift I would like to thank everyone who supported my music this year. Happy holidays!”

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Format: 2 x File, Split single, MP3, 320 kbps; FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 22 Dec 2020
Style: Deep Techno

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Adhémar : All the Birds are Talking at the Same Time LP [ST024]

“Written and Produced by Clément Davout in Brussels, Belgium.
Mastering by Jorge Eafhm at Secuencias Temporales Studio in México City.”

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Format: 6 x File, Album, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 30 Nov 2020
Style: Deep Techno

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Morgen Wurde & Tis ‎: Zeitigt [BRQ134]

“For years, Morgen Wurde has been creating cinematic soundscapes that are dark yet romantic and reminiscent of the forces of nature, which appear to humanity in many ways, sometimes calm, majestic and engaging, sometimes unaffected, threatening and repellent. After all, the music of the Kiel-based artist always revolves around existential emotions in the face of the unfathomable wonder of existence. Intense psychedelic soundscapes also characterize the sound of Tis whose tracks exude an incessant drive through unstoppable minimal yet deep techno grooves. The work of the Hamburg-based artist has taken on epic proportions under various project names featured on his own labels, formerly Verform Records and now Roo Records. The mysticism and stoicism of these approaches find expression on their joint EP Zeitigt. Embedded in atmospherically dense deep minimal techno beats, sublime acoustic sounds from two further artists give this EP its signature sound: elegiac vocals by Maria Estrella Aggabao and haunting violin playing by Georges-Emmanuel Schneider. The voice of Las Vegas-based Maria Estrella is enthroned here as an ethereal angelic instance, animating ‘Sinkt’ and ‘Birgt’ with their emphatic mood. In his work, violinist Georges-Emmanuel Schneider wanders between free improvisation, modern and contemporary classical music, he also likes to create genre-bending sounds through sound effect units. On this EP, he introduces the spectrum of three instruments – acoustic and electric violin and the rare Stroh violin -, giving ‘Weiß’ and ‘Weist’ a unique atmosphere. Finally, Tis rounds off the EP under his moniker Synthesis with a slimmed-down mix of ‘Weiß’, smouldering darkly in the deepest corners of the echo chamber.”

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Format: 5 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps
Released: 15 Nov 2020
Style: Deep Techno, Dark Ambient, Minimal

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Moksa : Emekes EP [KPL074]

Tracklist:
1. Monolite 06:25
2. Direct Access 04:57
3. Emekes 06:13

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Format: 3 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 10 Nov 2020
Style: Deep Techno, Detroit Techno, Dub Techno

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Lamont Kohner : Dusk Requisite [K5]

“The fifth single in Lamont Kohner‘s ongoing catalog, Dusk Requisite offers a more subdued dub techno atmosphere that eventually opens up under the weight of a watertight bass drum. B-side ‘Hollow’ recalls the greasy city streets that are never very far away from any LK tracks, with the sounds of a subway rave heard through the pipes and grates on the sidewalk, locomotive rhythms echoing the train tunnels themselves, before stepping aside to plant more resonant chords like seeds in the slick asphalt itself.”

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Format: 2 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 6 Nov 2020
Style: Deep Techno, Dub Techno

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Dott. Santafeo & Kaan Elitok ‎: Aut Aut [CFM114]

“The first release on the label from the duo sees them give a tight, deep atmosphere for their take on the Dub Techno sound. Fantastically crafted soundscapes sure to please the Dub Techno fan.”

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Format: 2 x File, Single, MP3/320 kbps
Released: 16 Oct 2020
Style: Dub Techno, Deep Techno

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Narson Nelson : Waterfool [Insectorama#093]

“3 warm deep detroit dubtech / house tracks that will make you forget the cold days. dive into this unique depth and let yourself fall into it.”

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Format: 3 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 1 Jan 2021
Style: Dub Techno, Deep Techno, Deep House, Detroit Techno

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