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Discrete Circuit - Observer EP
Discrete Circuit
Observer EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Astray)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Inaugurating the release, the cleverly designed “Oberservate” drives forward with relentless kick drums that merge into self-indulgent pads slowly growing into a stargazing techno tale. P.Leone’s remix sticks to the originals’ covertness while adding more depth by peeling out the pensive atmosphere as his lead synth gears more empathically towards the dance floor. Opening the flip, Discrete Circuit’s ambient version of “Remote Conversation” in which the monologic acid line encounters blood boiling pads passing through some unknown territory. Blind Observatory’s remix rips out the principal elements from the original in order to create a pulsating ominousness reminiscent of his trademark neo-futuristic journeys that are roaming through cinematic sci-fi realms.
Discrete Circuit - Road Force EP
Discrete Circuit
Road Force EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Astray)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Astray is the Sublabel of Away, Berlin. While Away with previous contributions from Joe Claussell, Mr. Ties, and Move D leans more to the housier side of things, ASTRAY will take a different path by taking some darker, techno-centered steps.
Discrete Circuit - Machine Code EP
Discrete Circuit
Machine Code EP
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Delsin)
7,19 €* 8,99 € -20%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The Inertia sub-arm of Dutch label Delsin is back. After a series of 4 EPs back in 2012, followed by a mix compilation by Delta Funktionen, Inertia-5 introduces Discrete Circuit with a fierce three track EP that follows up previous releases on DVS1's Mistress Recordings. The German artists Andreas and Szymon have been working together since 2012 and also promote their own Away parties across Europe as well as running a label of the same name. Connecting Berlin with Detroit, their EP kicks off with 'Machine Code', a frazzled techno cut with bleeps and alarms, sirens and rusty synths that all make for intense listening. On the flip 'Recursive Descent' is even more unhinged, with a see-sawing, saw-tooth synth line ripping up frantic hits and loopy drums and getting right into your brain as it does so. 'Compiler' is a more subtle, stripped back and seductive techno roller with supple synths undulating above rooted, rubbery kicks and woodpecker like percus sion. Textured and atmospheric, this EP is one for late night techno loving warehouse crews around the world.
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