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Abstract Division - Activated EP
Abstract Division - Divergent EP Mike Storm Remix
Abstract Division
Divergent EP Mike Storm Remix
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Spectral Rebel)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Back to the vinyl rules, Spectral Rebel is proud to present its collaboration with the Dutch duo Abstract Division, featuring two originals and two remixes by Mike Storm and Re:Axis.
Abstract Division - Contemporary Spaces Remixes Part 2
Abstract Division
Contemporary Spaces Remixes Part 2
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Dynamic Reflection)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
For the second and last EP of Contemporary Spaces remixes, Dynamic Reflection welcomes yet another batch of talented producers to the label. Just like the first remix EP, it is a mix between household names, and up and comers. First off, it's Perc's interpretation of Glide. The UK based artist, who is known for his use of distortion and aggressiveness, takes it down a notch on this occasion. He has made Glide into a echoing and glitchy track that doesn't reach its energy peak until the last couple of minutes. Matrixxman takes overwith his Biohazard mix of Future Existence, which contains a tensive synth, confined by a filter that gradually opens,and than closes again, retaining your attention at all times. On the Bside, SHDW and Obscure Shape reshaped The Hunt to provide the first outright dance floor track of the EP. With its thumping kick and epic pads around the breaks, it's bound to win crowds over in the club. Dutch talent Ben Buitendijk also remixed Future Existence, in his own distinctive, hypnotic style. A deep, though energetic track with a very mature sound. Lastly, as a digital bonus, Matrixxman remixed Immersion as well. The subby kick, old school rides and uplifting lead, make it into one of those secret weapons, waiting to be used on the night's most workedup moments.
Abstract Division - Contemporary Spaces
Abstract Division
Contemporary Spaces
2x12" | 2016 | NL | Original (Dynamic Reflection)
17,99 €*
Release:2016 / NL – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Looking back on a wide array of releases, it is safe to say that 2015 has been a great year for Dynamic Reflection. So it was only natural to set the aim even higher for 2016, beginning with the long awaited return of Abstract Division to their native imprint, by the release of their first ever double EP: Contemporary Spaces.Always being credited as great storytellers in both their music and DJ-sets, exploring the format of a truly extended play seemed like a logical progression from Abstract Division's work until now. Not set out to be an album, but certainly being more than just an EP, Contemporary Spaces explores the current state of techno, providing the listener with wayward and timeless pieces drawing their inspiration from the broad spectrum of electronic music. Yet, while each individual track stands in its own place and time within this spectrum, the EP as a whole compliments the diversity of past, present and future influences and styles.Contemporary Spaces is one of their most extensive and widely aimed projects to date and solely consists of original material. It is released as a limited double 12inch, pressed on lush white vinyl. A special piece of artwork with download codes giving access to the digital formats is included as a special bonus to early adopters.
Abstract Division - Metropolis EP
Abstract Division
Metropolis EP
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Dynamic Reflection)
8,99 €* 9,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Motor City. The Home of Hi-Tek Soul. Or simply, the Origin. Just a few of the names with which to descibe a city in the heart of America that has the power to captivate one's imagination. In the early 20th century it revolutionized transport, ushered in an age of previously unknown mobility and became the automotive capital of the world. During the '60s it gave us Motown, one of the most influential R&B and soul record labels to ever exist. And, before the turn of the millennium, it would bring forth another musical revolution: the one called techno music. To Abstract Division, the city of Detroit and its artists are a major source of inspiration. As such, they decided their newest Metropolis EP was to be an hommage, a means of giving back. This special package includes an original track that keeps close to the spirit of melodic, rhythmic, minimalism Detroit is known for. It also features three very special remixes by close friends Oscar Mulero - under his Trolley Route alias (which he hasn't released music under since 2010) - Function, who ups the darker ante and Marcel Fengler who infuses it with his trademark Berlin funk.
Abstract Division - Time And Perception Part 1
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