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Unknown Artist - Staub 003
Unknown Artist
Staub 003
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (I/Y)
10,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Staub comes back on wax for a third episode. Following the no name policy from the parties which started 5 years ago in ://about blank, it is time again for unknown artist to shine. This new EP sees the shy producer appearing on 4 tracks of pristine techno. A1 is an atmospheric trip while A2 is more brutal, on the B side it is going weirder and darker. We think Unknown Artist tries to craft interesting techno cuts and that he loves variety.
10" | 2017 | EU | Original (I/Y)
11,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
This is the new release by berlin based techno duo I/Y. the music is part of an interdisciplinary project between the international artist collective exc and I/Y which included an exhibition in a downstairs parking lot, the publication of the artistbook "pxrkxnglxt 2" together with the novel "raum in einem raum" by exc-co-founder eric keil and a short unmoved silent film for which I/Y did the soundtrack. This soundtrack now comes as an exclusive vinyl release along with an inlay artist edition, showing the dark scenery where the" film" takes action...The artist book and the novel are published on rhein verlag and will also be distributed as a special edition together with the record at papierundgelb.de.Vinyl comes with limited edition artwork by EXC Artist collective (high quality print)Dolphins control the moon. It's quite far-fetched, but what if dolphins are indeed dangerous super intelligent creatures that created a secret base underwater from which they control a mercury-fueled spacecraft? From the Earth's natural satellite, they can manipulate our minds with a special signal vastly known as the I/Y XXX sound wave. Think about it, question everything.This is the beginning of a new series for the label, which will probably showcase different collaborations with dolphins and artists from different fields.So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish
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