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Francois X - Murky Dreams
Francois X
Murky Dreams
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Dement3d)
9,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Operating as a new series to his longstanding dement3d imprint, founded back in 2011 alongside co-founder hbt, the project will serve as a cultural platform for artists to share visions and expansive productions not confined within the worlds of house and techno, enabling the freedom to explore genres across the electronic sphere. This approach stems from Francois X' own personal approach to music production and djing, with a key emphasis on warm, emotive and sensual cuts at its core. The inaugural ep comes from Francois X with the four tracks featured on '001' bridging the gap between his earlier and forthcoming work as well as his future vision for the imprint, incorporating broken arrangements, captivating soundscapes, and immersive textures to reveal a warmer, more house-focused side to x's sound across slower, entrancing tempos. Whilst zoumenou's productions remain centred around his own personal vision of the night, highlighted by the track titles across the package, the cuts explore and delve deep into the idea of open expression within landscapes heightened through the sense of both obscurity and mystery, returning back to ideas explored within his IRREGULAR PASSION LP released in 2018.
In Aeternam Vale - Pink Flamingos
In Aeternam Vale
Pink Flamingos
3x12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Dement3d)
26,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Imagine you are being invited to the studio of a visionary, and get to ...
HISS : 1292 - Veve EP
HISS : 1292
Veve EP
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Dement3d)
9,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
There is definitely something mysterious about Hiss:1292, and unlike a number of other techno projects, it is not the identity of the two producers at stake here. It has never been concealed : the guys behind the curtains are Opuswerk and Francois X. The latter is found at postal codes between 1200 and 1209 in Switzerland, the second in 92... right near Paris. Hence 1292. Nobody's hiding here... Nobody ? Well, not quite. For this new project at least hides something, or some mysterious spirits that may have chosen to haunt these vinyl grooves. Four of them to be correct ; namely Augun, Damballah, Eshu and Simbi ; four Veves of the Dahomey and Yoruba Vodoo traditions, four complex and intense spirits that have seized Hiss:1292?s music to make it their own. It is often the intuition of similarities between voodoo and techno that pushes some producers to chose their tracks names with Vodun keywords. Indeed, intense experiences one can endure in some effective techno installment can sometimes approach the mental images we have of Voodoo trance and seizures. Here, the process has been different. The voodoo theme was unintended at first, but it seemed like a spell had been cast on the record, and the artists were bound to name their music after the spirits that dwell within.If you are curious enough to read a little about Augun, Damballah, Eshu, and Simbi while you listen to the EP, you'll probably get an eerie feeling, the machine feel of techno will start to peel off, and you'll get the strange impression you're listening to something else. And don't you worry. The way it has been arranged, those spells should all be very benign... We hope you'll get enthralled as much as we did in this one !
DSCRD - Panopticon EP
DSCRD
Panopticon EP
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Dement3d)
9,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
This is the long awaited comeback of the gang of five - dscrd - to their first home - DEMENT3D. ''The story all started 2 years ago, in november 2011, when we first released the ''Discordance EP'' - a collection of 4 pieces of music that would boldly set the foundations to our label : it was our very first attempt at releasing a record, and we are still thankful today for the support and public we have come across at that time. Since then, dscrd have successfully made a name for themselves, playing a number of countries and festivals, releasing some excellent music on Silicate Music or Stroboscopic Artefacts. If one could suppose they are reaching a certain kind of maturity and comfort, well this record says the exact opposite. These four tracks are wildly imaginative, crossover and rebellious to the electronic music format dogma. This can only resonate with the titles they have chosen for the EP . If you have seen them live, you might have spotted the voices of Foucault or Watkins here and there... New specific sequencer software have been coded, legendary vintage bass guitar amps recorded, new ideas and equipment searched and destroyed: every dscrd record involves a breathtaking amount of research and creation. This record, although still a short format, has been generated through an album composition process and should be listened as such.''
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