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Roboknob - Dexydi EP
Roboknob
Dexydi EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Macro)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
We've said it before: techno's vanguard can be found in the East right now. Sofia's quirky techno underground is densifying. Evolving around the Diviat Slon parties (residents: StefaK & Stefan Goldmann), the Beton nights, the indoors offspins of Artmospheric festival and unannounced appearances of KiNK under his Cyrillic guise, raw and rave-infused techno is increasingly defining the city's sound of the small hours. Roboknob are part of this movement, and this is their debut EP. A live hardware duo, Yasen and Stanislav drop rugged, noisy machine jams around the Bulgarian capital and have been regulars at Artmospheric. The EP's tracks have been distilled from their live repertoire and mixed by Stefan Goldmann into sharply defined form with added bite. ‘Dexydi' is Greek for acid - the corrosive liquid, not the music. Accordingly, its heavy-handed single-note bass attack will cut through anything. ‘Spellbind' is more bouncy with frantic upward movements, distorted percussive fallout and a seasick bass foundation. ‘Liulka' handles two layers of time rubbing off of each other: quirky and pushing high in the sky, against the bass drum mechanics down low. A suitable acoustic symbol for Sofia's state of techno.
L'estasi Dell'oro - Every Light Is Blue EP
L'estasi Dell'oro
Every Light Is Blue EP
12" | 2015 | DE | Original (Macro)
8,99 €*
Release:2015 / DE – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Oh, the terror. Lestasi Delloro delves deeper into New Yorks gritty shades of techno. Returning after 2014s super-bold “Iscariotic Lips”, this new EP for Macro enforces his signature clashing of disparate ends within the same, driving beat. The A sides “Pyrrhic Mundi” is endless drama, stages after stages towards eliminating mind/body separation. The B side holds percussive structure rubbed against edgy metallic sound first with “Every Light Is Blue”, and then unfolds into ultimate basement club action in “Sky Unknown”. Heavy low end maintained throughout.
Kink Vs. Elektro Guzzi - Atlas Kink Remix
Kink Vs. Elektro Guzzi
Atlas Kink Remix
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Macro)
7,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Macro has released albums by two of techno’s greatest live acts, KiNK and Elektro Guzzi. It would have been a shame if the two didn’t exchange their special skills on each other’s killer material. And that’s just what they did: KiNK remixed “Atlas” into a tranced-out, peaktime world-domination slammer of pure euphoria. Elektro Guzzi let the snares smack and the pads build up on “Vodolaz” into nirvana. Dream team double pack: nothing better to let the sun shine through the summer of 2015. Even at night.
Anno Stamm - Aqua
Raudive - Ruins
Vladimir Dubyshkin - For Various Reasons EP 1
Vladimir Dubyshkin
For Various Reasons EP 1
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Macro)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Between the vast flatlands of Western Ukraine and the Pacific shores of Vladivostok, a new quirky techno underground has been racking up hefty grid rhythms below the radar. Initially free from the weekend routines of the established club circuit, producers from Etapp Kyle to Stanislav Tolkachev have been experimenting with the possibilities of shifting grids in their post-socialist bedroom studios. The interconnecting conduit of these geographically isolated minds has often been the radio show of Nikita Zabelin, a Moscow-based DJ mining the local torrents for treasures. Vladimir Dubyshkin is one premier example of how this culture yields wildly exciting finds. Listening to how sweepingly effective his de-centered vision of techno is, it's hard to believe that this actually is his first fully fledged vinyl release. Hailing from Tambov, a city of 280.000 souls 460 km southeast of Moscow, Vladimir Dubyshkin is a regular of Zabelin's show and has contributed tracks to two compilations on Nina Kraviz's TRIP label - another major force in bringing great techno from the fringes of the former Soviet Union to the attention of the world. The "For Various Reasons EP", coming in two separate installments, now shows the full picture of Dubyshkin's special talents. Highly energetic, rave-infested analog techno with de-tuned melodies rubbing against take-no-prisoners basslines. There is an intense emotional component present at all times, typically missing in Western grayscale techno. And once again, the great promise of participation of techno has been proved alive and well, with the freshest contribution coming from the least expected of places.
Vladimir Dubyshkin - For Various Reasons EP 2
Vladimir Dubyshkin
For Various Reasons EP 2
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Macro)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Between the vast flatlands of Western Ukraine and the Pacific shores of Vladivostok, a new quirky techno underground has been racking up hefty grid rhythms below the radar. Initially free from the weekend routines of the established club circuit, producers from Etapp Kyle to Stanislav Tolkachev have been experimenting with the possibilities of shifting grids in their post-socialist bedroom studios. The interconnecting conduit of these geographically isolated minds has often been the radio show of Nikita Zabelin, a Moscow-based DJ mining the local torrents for treasures. Vladimir Dubyshkin is one premier example of how this culture yields wildly exciting finds. Listening to how sweepingly effective his de-centered vision of techno is, it's hard to believe that this actually is his first fully fledged vinyl release. Hailing from Tambov, a city of 280.000 souls 460 km southeast of Moscow, Vladimir Dubyshkin is a regular of Zabelin's show and has contributed tracks to two compilations on Nina Kraviz's TRIP label - another major force in bringing great techno from the fringes of the former Soviet Union to the attention of the world. The "For Various Reasons EP", coming in two separate installments, now shows the full picture of Dubyshkin's special talents. Highly energetic, rave-infested analog techno with de-tuned melodies rubbing against take-no-prisoners basslines. There is an intense emotional component present at all times, typically missing in Western grayscale techno. And once again, the great promise of participation of techno has been proved alive and well, with the freshest contribution coming from the least expected of places.
Stefan Goldmann - A1 Tools
Stefan Goldmann
A1 Tools
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Macro)
4,49 €* 8,99 € -50%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Rough techno versions, derived from Stefan Goldmann’s synth-heavy ‘A1′ film soundtrack. Five cuts remixed into the mighty 4/4 grid (mostly). Free wheeling hardware synthesis and heavy-handed beats line up for concrete-blasting impact on ‘Constructor’ and ‘A-Drive’. The B2’s ‘Spikes’ is a more loose affair around a scintillating analogue synth riff. Contrastingly, ‘Inward Slope’ features a warped beat layout and wavetable splashes, sounding like a weeping robot fighting with a cat. ‘Roadside Lot’ is a soothing ambient FM tech tool. That’s it. On to the next fifty.
Kuf - Gold
Kuf
Gold
2LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Macro)
15,29 €* 16,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Macro has been the home for the albums of some of electronic music’s most exciting live acts. So when a live band enters this context, it should better enter with a bang. KUF do just this with their album debut. The three-piece outfit with keys, bass and
Friedrich Goldmann - Four Trios One Quartet
Friedrich Goldmann
Four Trios One Quartet
CD | 2016 | EU | Original (Macro)
15,29 €* 16,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Klassik
On April 27th, 2016 Friedrich Goldmann would have turned 75. Macro is celebrating the composer's anniversary with a luxury Box Set CD edition of the complete trios of 1986 - 2004 and his singular oboe quartet (2000). Two of the recordings were produced by Goldmann himself, and all feature musicians with a long-term working relationship related to and deep expertise of the composer's oeuvre such as Ingo Goritzki, Björn Lehmann, members of Ensemble Mosaik and KNM Ensemble. The CD is accompanied by a 48 page booklet, featuring extensive essays by Björn Gottstein (artistic director of Donaueschingen Music Days) and musicologist Bruno Santos, exploring Goldmann's groundbreaking aesthetics.
Kuf - Odyssee EP VIP Remix
Kuf
Odyssee EP VIP Remix
12" | 2016 | DE | Original (Macro)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / DE – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Macro has been the home for the albums of some of electronic music's most exciting live acts. So when you are a live band and you enter this context, you'd better enter with a bang. KUF do just this with their debut EP for the label. The three-piece outfit with keys, bass and drums cook up a sound that's as warm, cozy and exciting as it is utterly alien, all at the very same time. The rhythm section hints at the great history of dirty funk and r'n'b, but the grooves are firmly of today: dance-centered and broken up at the best possible joints. The bewildering thing about KUF is that it is a vocal-led group that has no singer on stage at all. All vocal elements are based on self-recorded samples which keyboard whizz kid Tom Schneider melds and bends and squeezes in real time. As if it was a regular thing to do. With no artificial synchronization in place, Valentin Link on bass and Hendrik Havekost on drums push the disembodied, highly abstract voices into an arena of hyperintegrated realtime magic. “Odyssee” and “Wildlife” are full-on introductions to the world of KUF, with “Staring At The Sky” being a jam-type addition which the band is killing with in their live sets. The title track also comes with a special guest VIP remix for the techno clubs. But never forget this is a live band, and that's how anything you hear here has been developed. Seeing is believing.
Rroxymore - Tautologies
Rroxymore
Tautologies
12" | 2015 | DE | Original (Macro)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / DE – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Macro proudly welcomes rRoxymore to its stellar roster of artists. rRoxymore has turned heads with her outstanding DJ sets and no-prisoners-taken live act. Her recent collaboration with Oni Ayhun, Paula Temple and Planningtorock as Recon Decon 1 on Noise Manifesto promised a great future, and that promise is kept in “Tautologies.” From the techno drive of Darksun to the housed-out oddities of Q19 and DFF: this is as fresh as it gets.
Elektro Guzzi - Circling Above
Elektro Guzzi
Circling Above
CD | 2015 | EU | Original (Macro)
15,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
ELEKTRO GUZZI have been called many names: man-machine, clockwork, techno organism. It is truly one like no other. By now, the 3 Austrian wizards have become the preeminent techno band. A trio of guitar, bass and drums, they play murder beats with the drive of a machine that got possession of the sonic detail only physical instruments are capable producing.The album: Originally recorded for a Tapeworm cassette release, Austrian techno wonder Elektro Guzzi locks into two “circles” + one essential addition. Tight as ever, but this time the usual restrictions to track durations and vinyl sides are completely abandoned in favour of deep explorations of the long form. Rich on texture, all the little timbral strokes add up to a continuous push down the bass-heavy techno rabbit hole. The result is nowhere close to a loose jam, but renders a concentrated display of musical swarm logic. Intimate, thrusting, circular.
Stefan Goldmann - Industry
Stefan Goldmann
Industry
LP | 2014 | EU | Original (Macro)
14,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
INDUSTRY sheds all personalized effort and tests how far you can get by using presets only. All sounds are factory presets of 3 obsolete 1990s Japanese workstation synths, all effects are presets, all notes are quantized and most panning is purely accidental (laid out in the preset sounds). INDUSTRY doesn’t rely on successful presets, but on failed sounds of now obsolete synthesizers - industrial assumptions of where culture will go, but where it chose not to. The result is a surprisingly pleasant listening experience with effortless grooves and rich textures - and mildly demonic connotations. From smooth to kicking - a conveyor belt enjoying mood swings. As beautiful as the scheduled meeting of a PVC sheet and a thermoform mould on a workbench. 0% sound design. What? -> Presets are pre-programmed settings of a device such as a synthesizer or an effects unit: factory stock sounds, equivalent to stock photography or preset styles and filters in apps like Instagram. Audio presets provide a library of “typical” and supposedly desirable sounds - thus enabling a consumer to bypass individual programming and get quick & easily repeatable results. Every modern instrument or software comes with presets - and people use them heavily.
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