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Overlook - Never Understand EP
V.A. - Themes And Variations
Themes And Variations
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Osiris)
9,49 €* 9,99 € -5%
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Overlook, Pessimist, Monic, Monic & Grebenstein. If Osiris’ recent releases have represented a rope that bridges the chasm that exists between various bass-heavy electronic sub-genres, this compilation of brand new material might just be the bricks-and-mortar upgrade to that bridge that marries them all into one cohesive vision. Proceedings kick off with Overlook’s menacing take on Jungle — almost eight minutes of sustained preternatural tension in the shape of ‘Former Self ’.
Monic - Deep Summer Burial Remix
Deep Summer Burial Remix
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Osiris)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Celebrating Osiris’ 50th release in two parts, label head Simon Shreeve unveils ‘Deep Summer’ as the first: a downtempo, vocal-led track with a pace and laid-back vibe not usually associated with his Mønic alias. On the B side, a remix from none other than Burial offers a distinctly smokier take on the track, full of percussive melodies that weave into surprisingly major-chord territory towards the end of the song’s ten minutes. This is a release that sees both artists pushing their respective music’s preconceptions.
Things They Left Behind, The - Life Through Sepia
Things They Left Behind, The
Life Through Sepia
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Osiris)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
If Osiris’ recent releases have signalled a change of pace, new artist The Things They Left Behind represents the logical conclusion with this 12-inch comprised of two half-time, dubby tracks. The first, Life Through Sepia, floats along to the ethereal backdrop of spoken word samples and distinctively melodic synths; the second, 68, sets a hazier and more abstract tone amidst on top of a sensual, rolling groove — distant guitars ring as huge snares echo into the mist.
Icore - Substance from Shadow EP
Dot Product - 2080
Dot Product - Dot Product
Dot Product
Dot Product
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Osiris)
12,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Comprised of Bristol based sound artists Adam Winchester and Christopher Jarman, Dot Product comes to light in a swathe of noise, tone and texture.Through years of research and experimentation the duo have sought to explore the creative potential from the inaudible fog of electromagnetic radiation, the internal resonance found in the negative space of an object, the circuitry of discarded electronics, and other such less-travelled paths of sound generation. In harnessing these clandestine sonics and bringing them within a listenable range, the resulting collages of sound have been shaped into a form that nods to the legacy of uncompromising British experimental electronic music, from early industrial savagery to bass-heavy soundsystem pressure. Such reference points are abstract though, for within the truly unique array of sources at their disposal, Winchester and Jarman have a new dialect in which to communicate.Crucially, while there may be a scientific approach at the heart of the Dot Productmethodology, the results are far from clinical. There are subversive rhythms aplenty throughout the album, from the jagged ripples of “Skafander” to the slow, dread-fuelled march of “Springs”. There is also space for touches of melody; “Atmosphere Processor” swoons with blue-hued melancholy, while “Ice Patches” stalks on an ominous bass mantra.After sharing the initial results of their research, the pair performed select live shows in Bristol and London, as well as being commissioned to create a sonic interpretation of Swedish horror film Let The Right One In. This debut album on Osiris is the culmination of these initial steps, these 9 tracks representing the most complete document of the Dot Product sound to date.
Killawatt - Emigre Reworked
Killawatt - Contort EP
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