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Galcid - Hope And Fear
Hope And Fear
12" | 2021 | US | Original (Detroit Underground)
12,99 €*
Release:2021 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Galcid - Hope and Fear is the long awaited sophomore album of Japanese techno-artist galcid. Although completed in 2019, the release date of the album was delayed by Covid-19. This was due to both practical and artistic reasons—the titles and identity of each composition reflect various ways in which galcid reflected upon the pandemic. Music is by galcid Produced by Hisashi Saito In the 4 years that have passed since galcid’s debut album hertz (2016), galcid worked on various EPs and albums as Saito. Juxtaposed to the black and white minimalism of hertz, the palate of Hope and Fear is decidedly more colourful, laden with emotional undertones. The depth of the sound created by galcid’s exclusive reliance on analogue machines invites the listener to follow their own journey along the resulting soundscape.
Vladislav Delay - Lp-Untitled Circa 2014
Vladislav Delay
Lp-Untitled Circa 2014
LP | 2019 | US | Original (Detroit Underground)
23,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
"Master of ambient spaces and far out places, long-time Finnish producer Sasu Ripatti (aka Vladislav Delay) blesses us once again with another release, this from his 'Visa' period of unreleased tracks.
The first track out of the gate is a recognizable Vladislav Delay piece, but instead of gently flowing rivers of sound, instead we have a series of stiff, machine-like rhythms applied to his classic infinitely deep pads and ambient environmental sounds. It just continues to pile in more elements until becoming almost indistinguishable from his natural, organic flow. From there we move into somewhat more familiar territory but still unusually stripped down and mechanical for a Vladislav Delay joint. It’s fascinating to see such an intricate songwriting process laid bare in such a way, often exposing each individual, nearly bottomless sound in isolation.
Deeper into the album, things veer into decidedly more abrasive and synthetic territory, at times becoming an almost unrecognizable artist for a moment, only to be eventually subsumed under layers of shifting ambience that could only be Sasu.
Oscar Mulero - Biosfera
Vladislav Delay X Max Loderbauer - Roadblocks
Vladislav Delay X Max Loderbauer
LP | 2020 | US | Original (Detroit Underground)
21,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Max came to my place with Buchla and we spent a week in the studio, back in 2013 or 2014. It was all improvised, just recording tons of stuff. I then afterwards went through the recordings and did some editing, selecting suitable parts etc. And then produced the material. I released two EPs on my own label also back in 2014 i think. Now i went through the archives and chose unreleased tracks, produced and mixed them in 2020. It's my kind of techno... fast and wild.
Rebecca Goldberg - Synthetic World
Kero - Highways EP
Highways EP
12" | 2020 | US | Original (Detroit Underground)
11,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Detroit Underground label head Kero returns to his sonic roots with the first of the Detroit Map Series originally featured on the limited DUTT-181 Series functional record player designed by Neubau Berlin. As a kick-start, Kero reveals Highways—a 5-track extended player of (abstract) electronics that is cleverly pulled together with a downbeat flow and tracks aptly sub-titled as major freeway arteries of the Motor City.
"Davison" commutes through glitch bits, bobbles, and broken beats flickering back and forth as it eventually opens midway through the traffic jam and hopscotched potholes with a synthesized melodic stream. Fisher displays its minimized techno flurry and rumbling low-end growl tempered by subtle blips'n bleeps and clinical precision. Southfield busts apart with modular maneuvering and heavy percussion showcasing an opportunity for Kero to cruise in the passing lane as the piece gradually mutates into a crunchy experimental electro epic. Lodge ebbs and flows with The Detroit Escalator Company-styled minimalism felt many miles away from its source. Chrysler expands and contracts with its 7-minute acid-electronic sprawl—here we see Kero carefully downshift to allow an ambient undercurrent to traverse a moonlit sky in the late night hours creating perhaps the finest soundtrack to (minimal) Detroit-inspired techno of yesteryear with a thumping heartbeat.
Kero + Valance Drakes - Abstract Thought EP
Kero + Valance Drakes
Abstract Thought EP
7" | 2019 | US | Original (Detroit Underground)
11,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Valance Drakes and Kero team up for their first collaborative endeavor. The EP, Abstract Thought is an evident fusion of both artist’s unique styles, bringing together elements of glitch, Hip hop, Detroit techno, and a whole lot of space vibes.
My hands float before my face, drifting in defiance of gravity, willfulness brought on by forces beyond my own. Things stop very abruptly with a crash the shakes my eyes in their very sockets, rattling reverberation pushing painfully through my skull.
One thousand days in space feels like nothing and everything all at once. Children grow, faces fill with wrinkles and I stay still.
Until my eyes begin to shake and everything turns to television static flashing somewhere inches behind vision. Is someone stepping on my throat?
I’ve crashed into something hard and barren. Is that electricity I see, clinging to my hands?
I spring across an earth or planet or meteorite that crumbles beneath my boots and sways in the air moving so swiftly about my body, dust flying up into the visor of the helmet that saves me, threatening cracks, ruckus.
I can hear my heartbeat in here. I wonder if this is what it sounds like in the womb. The rope connecting me to the ship is something like an umbilical cord. Is it not? Maybe it’s a vacuum. Maybe I’m not born yet after all.
Chris Deluca - Rekd EP
Chris Deluca
Rekd EP
12" | 2018 | US | Original (Detroit Underground)
10,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
Four modern, textural, slow-burning instrumental hip hop soundscapes set a distinct mood on this new EP by the venerable Chris DeLuca. Heavy-hitting basslines and slightly ominous hat patterns dominate, leaving these cuts verging on the territory of dark, minimal electro destruction… with a subtle dose of that funky boom bap. Perfectly applicable to both basement dancefloor experiments and gangster dealings alike.
One half of Berlin’s Funkstörung, alongside partner Michael Fakesch, De Luca is more than well-versed in the genre, having done a few remixes for high-profile hip hop and experimental acts such as Wu Tang Clan and Bjork. They’ve released an uncountable amount of records on labels !K7, Compost Records, Music aus Strom and Acid Planet, to name but a few. This is his first release for Detroit Underground.
Includes two fire remixes, one by fellow DU resident producer Valance Drakes, and the second by none other than Chris DeLuca’s son, Lenny DeLuca.
Fluxion A/D - Aciid House EP
Fluxion A/D
Aciid House EP
12" | 2018 | US | Original (Detroit Underground)
11,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Firmly established Industrial Detroit crew cranks out an EP that could have been a solid early 90's Wax Trax! side project with solid beats and cyberpunk grittiness. - ACIID HOUSE
Rebecca Goldberg - W-3 Fatty Acids
Rebecca Goldberg
W-3 Fatty Acids
12" | 2018 | US | Original (Detroit Underground)
11,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A warm human hand sculpts the icy machine-like sounds into a meticulous harmony over undulating bass and entrancing snares, clasps and industrial heartbeats. This continuous circulation of sound and its ever beating rumbling-flexed sub bass found in Rebecca Goldberg’s newest batch of acid-techno arrangements effectively replicate the natural functions of omega 3, or ω−3, fatty acids albeit in musical-form. Whereas ingesting the special carboxylic acids found in plant and marine oils woll fortify your vascular system into a well-oiled machine, Goldberg is using a table of various analog machines to manifest a similar, yet uniquely propulsive flow of energy through a composite of frenetic hi-hats and trudling kick drums, looping under spacey Rolands waving out reverb splashed frequencies coiling synthetic intonations.
The beats reach the feet, the bass unlocks the hips and the synths pull and twist the shoulders, staving off stagnation or decimating a collective clotting - we are loosened in restorative ways to the sleek assemblages of one of Detroit’s leading DJs/composers on the electronic music scene. Goldberg’s 25-minute odyssey is unceasing in its sinuous stream of mesmeric techno music, as if powered on by relentless agents found in the healthful acids for which this EP gets its title.
Goldberg has distinguished herself by cultivating the seeds of techno into something that designedly meditates on the enduring vitality of the organic and the holistic in our lives--even as our socialization, and maybe even our dance floors, are predominantly digital in character and operation. ω−3 continues to stimulate our brains in two ways, just like 2017’s 313 Acid Queen. Her previous record used field recordings and found sounds from the shores of Detroit’s Belle Isle and other neighborhood sidestreets to thread the simple majesty of the flora and fauna that sustains even if at the corners of a concrete metropolis. ω−3 is bringing you from the outdoors into the inner workings of your body--particularly the blood cells that act as fuel for your limbs, your lungs and your brain. It’s the ω−3 fatty acids that keep your system strong and smooth. It’s Rebecca Goldberg’s latest acid techno fever dream that keeps you perceiving that (and other things) even as you dance…
Anklepants - Pollen
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Detroit Underground)
11,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Anklepants introduces his brand new album for Detroit Undergroud, a collection of ten cuts, made with his very own arsenal of digital and hardware toys, most of them self made and customised for his purposes. This multi faceted artist creates a blend of twisted ryhthms, synthetic melodies and weird textures and noises, yet danceable stuff but with heavy focus in experimentation and risk.
Derek Michael & Marshall Applewhite - Astral Dust
Derek Michael & Marshall Applewhite
Astral Dust
12" | 2017 | US | Original (Detroit Underground)
8,24 €* 10,99 € -25%
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Astral Dust is a 4 song excursion bridging the styles of Derek Michael and Marshall Applewhite. This project stems from a live recording of a set performed by Michael in 2002. After being tucked away for almost 15 years, the recording was found and sent to Applewhite who dissected the performance into fragments and breathed a new life into them. While some portions of this release are distinctly sludgy, the majority is a perfect amalgamation of both Michaels and Applewhites hard-edge, melodic borderline IDM styles. The digital release will feature 2 digital only sub cuts from the sessions.
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