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YYYY - Intention Of Mortal Remixed
YYYY
Intention Of Mortal Remixed
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Weekend Circuit)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Blaring and unnerving, YYYY's 'Intention Of Mortal' gets revisited with a remix package featuring Lucy, Varg, Ascion and YYYY themselves, resulting in a barrage of arpeggiated behaviour and regimented soundscapes.A force pushing forward creativity with on-point refinement, Lucy immediately veers in with his visceral power of sound. An avalanche of intricate and experimental arrangement soon meets a series of astute percussion and typical foreboding energy, retaining a certain texture-over-beat throughout.YYYY's depth of music imagination & influence is heard in this highly charged, awestricken ensemble for their rework of 'Intention Of Mortal'. Unfolding a mixture of fear and complication, this track keeps you thinking as well as moving. An almost endless supply of plucked synth rhythm keeps the chaos taut and throughout.Ascion's remix of 'Stone Relief of Gods Faces' credits the release with clean kicks, industrial clanks and atmospheric keys. This no-nonsense approach to production is not to be underestimated; a dream-state sequence of induced electronic abstraction.The first and most immediate observation of B2 is Vargs take on 'Reach For Forgiveness' - a menacing, pin-sharp account of the visceral power of techno, dialling in to both tense and euphoric.The ambiguity of each track lends itself to its success; meticulous in detail and curated with passion. A release that divulges the mysterious sonic world and deviates from the expected.
Alfredo Mazzilli - Invisible Entity EP
Alfredo Mazzilli
Invisible Entity EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Weekend Circuit)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After 2 revered releases since the turn of the year, Weekend Circuit return, welcoming Alfredo Mazzilli for his first EP on the imprint. Versatile in sound and challenging in his approach, Alfredo’s ‘Invisible Entity’ EP masterfully pushes ambitious ideas with great vigor to an international audience ever more ready to listen.With artists such as Donato Dozzy, Aphex Twin, Sandwell District, Dino Sabatini and Substance making up a strong part of his most notable influencers, Alfredo favours the ambient & deep depths of the dark side of techno.Enigmatic and unrestricted, Side A starts with Alfredo's original "Invisible Entity". A steadily unfolding juggernaut, the emerging energy soon engulfs the entirety of the track, percussian transcending the gloaming synth sound throughout.Zadig's beckoning bass and kick drum driven remix will see sonic nods across the club with this four-on-the-floor gristle. "Statiform Region" is techno's answer to a cinematic interlude. A testament to Alfredo's lilting synth ability."No Way Out" kicks off the B side, with a algorithmic tinkering of sonic vs low hits and stabs. Rounding up, Echologist does what Echologist does best; a scattershot of intertwined and precarious techno sound, spliced with industrialised power.
Par Grindvik - Sole Survivor
Par Grindvik
Sole Survivor
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Weekend Circuit)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Bringing his hallmarked temperament to the 4/4 format with beguiling results, Weekend Circuit welcome Par Grindvik for his first full length EP on the label.'Sole Survivor' performs an intense viewpoint of institutional rhythm. Pencil sharp, and strikingly imperfect tones delude the mind and mistreat the senses. A virtuoso of Par’s distinctive sound, is eager and apparent as ever in WCR016.‘Breath' is rich in melancholic atmosphere, drones and feedback loops; a short yet multifaceted & hypnotic introduction leaving you no time to prepare for the incoming fervour of whats to come.‘Detached' is a perpetual motion of phenonmenal high energy - percussion avidly spliced together through a digital attention span. A strong, rumbling tower of unsettle that keeps coming back ever more bold and engaging.Like a haunted soundtrack to A Space Odyssey, comes the simmering sound of ‘Hail Fellow Well Met'. Conveying an otherworldliness, this 3 minute stance on electronic music moves with warped energy and glitch.Wry fluidity grabs you by the feels and sustains an ominous tension over on the B side. ’Sever' is a maelstrom of consistent percussion, keeping a nervy uncertainty throughout, while ‘Left Alone' wields an ever evolving siren of searching sound & noise.Grindvik at his best, this cathartic and rich variation of sound fulfills Weekend Circuit’s 16th release.
V.A. - Ground-Fault-Interrupt Volume 2
V.A.
Ground-Fault-Interrupt Volume 2
2LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Weekend Circuit)
15,99 €* 19,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Back for the second volume of "Ground-Fault-Interrupt”, a compilation series launched last year by the London based imprint inaugurated by Michael Wells, which has developed into a respected destination for enthusiasts and hardsteppers alike.Remaining in a state of evolution, Weekend Circuit continues to celebrate all that's raucus and right, split across a 2 record release. Returning to the label are Jeff Rushin, PEARL, Developer, Alderaan, and IY, Stanislav Tolkachev, and Antonio De Angelis while Par Grandvik makes his debut. This double vinyl compilation is a mix of pulsating, essential, bottom heavy, and ultimately diverse techno. __Par Grandvik and Jeff Rushin start sounds off on side A, "The Act" is a dusky concoction of church atmosphere and clean percussion, giving "Graphite" the platform to continue with an abyssal measure of agile percussion.Side B enters with P.E.A.R.L.'s "Azul & Oro" - an exposed hyper-dash kick drum, chopping between closed and open hi-hats throughout to keep an ever elastic momentum, leaving Developer and "Lost Moments" to follow with this echo immersed, high-casualty workout of pertinent techno articulation.The 2nd vinyl is just as downreaching and subaqueous as the first, with Alderaan's "Sequel" immersing you in ambient decadence with an industrial lean. IY's "Nara" further trips you out with an instinctive feel and likely energy of highs and lows.The D side is inward techno at its best, reaching out to the ominous and misanthropic of society. "Framing" is a drone of slow pace drive, suitable for only the strongest in techno. "Anomaly" embodies tradition and experimentation. Distinct and abrasive in its energy, this track feels deeply personal and all atmosphere.This meticulously arranged LP is devoid of convention, manifesting itself beyond planet-sized thinking and highlights the labels ongoing artistic vision.
Stanislav Tolkachev / YYYY - Locus Of Control
Stanislav Tolkachev / YYYY
Locus Of Control
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Weekend Circuit)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Off kilter, sideways and savage, Weekend Circuit continues, Stanislav Tolkachev returns and YYYY enter for this versatile, two sided release.Stanislav opens proceedings with Creeping Determinism; an ever unexpected melee of carefully woven, techno diversity he's well known for. A tapestry of bleeps factored with a constant approach of up and down percussion.Cognitive Bias adventures into all things raucous and high energy, delivering an electronically invigorating attack on the senses with deep and distorted bass, and a constant of high end stabs. Expect choppy, pinging, wildfire energy.Meanwhile on the B side, YYYY introduce themselves with no pause for thought. Khaliat is an unconventional burst of techno enthusiasm - charged and dancefloor primed. Hath delivers an uninhibited onslaught of man made, psychedelic glitch techno, pulling you to and fro throughout. Overall a highly diverse release, and certainly a firm favourite here at Weekend Circuit from one of our favourite artists and one of our "ones to watch". Welcome aboard YYYY.
Alderaan - Statics / Golden Ratio
Alderaan
Statics / Golden Ratio
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Weekend Circuit)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
incl. Stanislav Tolkachev RemixesJust 6 months after his debut release on the label, Weekend Circuit invite Alderaan back at the helm of techno. Alter ego of Buenos Aires artist Franco De Michele - already revered by some of the industry greats - presents 'Statics' / 'Golden Ratio', a manifestation of progressive and dynamic techno, with Stanislav Tolkachev taking the B side.Hailed as one of live techno's notorious artists, Stanislav makes his first appearance on the London based imprint, presenting an abstract take of ever intense, rolling techno for the remixes. With previous releases on the likes of Semantica & M_REC LTD, Tolkachev - originally from Ukraine - comes as no newbie.Falling through the techno paradigm, this multi-tiered EP cuts a circuitous progression of moving sounds and energy. With the embodiment and animation of life, Alderaan adds his percussive punch and whirlwind of complexity to both 'Statics' & 'Golden Ratio' on the A side. Hosting 2 tracks on side B, Stanislav bounds through with a fix of dark vitality and abstract session, cascading between light and dark.Hyper-dynamic, pulsating sounds make these noise churning tunes absolute "must have" tools of the trade. Abrasive, energising and reliably trippy, this release is a tension building exploration of effective, outdoor environment music, putting Weekend Circuit once again at the forefront of many artists collection.
P.E.A.R.L. - Desolation Remixed
P.E.A.R.L.
Desolation Remixed
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Weekend Circuit)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Weekend Circuit stride on with the second part of P.E.A.R.L.’s ‘Desolation’ EP welcoming Francois X, Reeko, I/Y and Jeff Rushin to this series of remixes, servicing the generation with every bit of expansive energy techno music has to offer.Francois X’s remix of ‘In Space' architectures raw, artificial, and flat-out production with gritty realism and brutal drum sequencing. Taking the original and making it his own, externally imposing in on itself, this peak time pattern leaves you energised and hectic.Reeko takes on the title track ’Desolation’, the result is plagued with atmosphere; stripping, capturing and examines you before you have chance to do so to it. The tracks estranged essence and amalgam of sound is immediately apparent. It has you uncertain and poised for more, pulsating with darkness at every turn.I/Y's 'Reduction' reduces nothing of the sort, constantly fluxing between varying percussion types of both hi and low energy. Considering nothing more than to possess you with filter laden drum pads and a stark reality, IY have created a hypnotic vision of creative compulsion that'll have you dance yourself silly.Rushin delivers his sonic canvas of sound; every bit his own, this original piece of production magnifies any opportunity to cause dancefloor commotion. Emphatically crafted, this thought proving and thunderously loud and vivid record will keep you exhilarated from start to finish.Transcending life's problems in to nothing, Techno does what Techno does, and Weekend Circuit does what it can to support. Impeccably produced, this second coming of sound is a sonic ambition that'll nail you to the wall, and stick as memorable stuff; an absolute MUST for any techno enthusiast.
Dax J - La Haine
Dax J
La Haine
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Weekend Circuit)
8,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After on-going success showcasing events in the capital with heavyweights including Surgeon, Lucy, Xhin, Ryan Elliott & Peter Van Hoesen, London based techno imprint Weekend Circuit returns with another of the cities rising stars. Dax J takes centre stage for the first vinyl release on the label, and doesn’t fail on producing one of his most versatile pieces of work to date following on from his latest 12” on Monnom Black. ‘La Haine’ EP brings the heat with three tracks filled with atmospheric stabs, dark droning synths and hypnotic drum sequences throughout. Argentinian talent Jonas Kopp, better known for his releases on Ostgut Ton, Electric Deluxe & Stroboscopic Artefacts has been brought in to lead the line and delivers a raw & memorable take of ‘La Haine’.
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