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R-Zone - R-Zone 17
R-Zone
R-Zone 17
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (R-Zone)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
New Year = new R Zone. This time the revivalist rave crew, brutal techno lovers and broken beat brothers--whoever they may be--serve up three more tantalising tracks that are designed simply for high dance floor impact. 'Greatest Enemy' is first and lives in a deep space world where jungliest percussion and pummelling drums are offset with swirling pads and warm synths. It's an emotional roller coaster that gets followed up by 'Spike', a manic and prickly speaker blaster with wild melodies and rave stylings all barely continued by punch and off beat kick drums. Last of all, 'Faramore Agent' is in your face with its frazzled bass, skittish percussion and vocal stabs all panning about left and right. One again this is brilliantly all over the place and impossibly visceral music designed to devastate all who hear it.
R-Zone - Lumidei / Mynheer / Dedale D'or / Skagerrak
R-Zone
Lumidei / Mynheer / Dedale D'or / Skagerrak
12" | 2016 | Original (R-Zone)
7,99 €* 9,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The R Zone series excels at raw, inventive, off kilter club music from a range of mysterious artists. That fine tradition continues once more here with another four cuts of inventive music that takes cues from techno, IDM, acid and house. Lumidei is all wonky drums and out of time hits and is a brilliantly weird cut full of spacious atmospherics. Mynheer is built on a bed of broken beats, knocking hits and metallic textures that all tumble and fall around loosely and invitingly
R-Zone - The Waters Of Lethe
R-Zone
The Waters Of Lethe
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (R-Zone)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
This one took us long enough! New offspring bastard house from the dark waters of R-Zone.
R-Zone - Hired Guns / Midwinter / Captive / Exile
R-Zone
Hired Guns / Midwinter / Captive / Exile
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Rzone)
7,99 €* 9,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The mysterious but widely acclaimed R-Zone series roll on to a 15th EP now with a new four track release that is as essential as ever. Opener 'Hired Gun' is a tough and raw concoction with coarse, snappy snares, rough drum pings and lots of abrasive texture all making for a physical listening experience. 'Midwinter' is a deeper and more emotive jam with warm pads dampening down icy hi hats and busy synth work. It is fresh and original and sounds like little else, then 'Captive' gets all deep and space-y with smeared pads and slick metallic hits tied together with a molten acid line. Lastly, 'Exile' is five blissful and beautiful minutes of atmospheric, intergalactic electronic sounds that really take you to another place.
R-Zone - You Wear The Mark Of The Beast
R-Zone
You Wear The Mark Of The Beast
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (R-Zone)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Keeping up the pressure with their anonymous EP series, R-Zone now offer up three more cuts of purely dance floor aligned action. Opener 'You Wear The Mask Of The Beast' is a mysterious cut with a spooky lead synth, subtle, buried deep drums that are full of implicit energy and build to a heady peak. Raw textures, unfamiliar patterns and perfect back room vibes all pervade. 'Salt Volatile This Sucka' is a slow mo but chugging track with frazzled synth lines, atmospheric pads and curious melodies all spiralling above lazy, ramshackle drums. Last but not least, 'Arrowhead', a sludgy, dirty, sleazy groove that sounds broken. It's a fantastic fusion of fucked up machines sounds that keeps you on edge throughout. Once again here R-Zone have confounded all expectations with their left-of-centre electronica.
R-Zone - Visions Of A Deepweb
R-Zone
Visions Of A Deepweb
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (R-zone)
9,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The much loved and mysterious R-Zone series rolls on here with another new EP, this time made up of three more moody and atmospheric cuts. First track 'Visions Of A Deepweb' is a slow and predatory crawl through a barren cosmic landscape. Synths spiral around you and encase you in paranoia as heavy drums trudge out a groove below. The track grows ever more stormy and turbulent, never letting your attention wane. 'Xochisa Wakening' is a much more spacious and less intense affair with no drums, just dripping water; tons of reverb and groaning deep space ambient sounds that suggest you are in total free fall. Continuing with the intergalactic feel, the final track 'Positive Sequence' sounds like a voyage through space, with heavenly pads adding tons of beautiful atmosphere, gently ticking percussion driving things along and plenty of little sonic details all drifting by in the background. Various cinematic images play out in your mind throughout this EP, and that makes it all the more appealing as a result.
R-Zone - Down You Go  EP
R-Zone
Down You Go EP
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (R-Zone)
9,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Back in! Just a year after starting and the irrepressible R-Zone series is up to release number 9. Again this time there is no real word on who is behind the music, but again it is fierce, searing techno for darkened dancefloors. The barrelling, stomping 'Down You Go' opens this EP with blocky metal beats, spares synth lines which bleed in and out of focus and plenty of rattling percussion. 'Give Me More' goes a little slower and deeper, with rubbery kick drums forming the base of the track as molten and melted acid gurgles percolate up through the mix. On the flipside, 'Too Much TV' is a more elastic groove that undulates up and down with short little acid stabs buried deep within as the bass drops in and out. Supple and propulsive, it's arresting stuff that gets completed with final track 'VHC Beats'. Whichever producers are behind the R-Zone series always manages to come up with the goods, so if you like fizzing, textured techno that pulls no punches, this remains the ser ies for you.
R-Zone - If U Going Thru Hell Keep Going
R-Zone
If U Going Thru Hell Keep Going
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (R-Zone)
9,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The much loved R-Zone series continues apace here with three more rough analogue jams for its seventh release. If U Going Thru Hell Keep Going is a paranoid, angsty bit of house jack with a busy synth line, hard hitting percussion and plenty of muddy, murky atmosphere. Emojako is even more unhinged and off filter with its weird hooks, dusty hi hats and intense drum workouts. It's a physical one that will fuck with your mind as it changes direction freely, and final track Subatomi is just as freaky and left of centre. The synths are lively and charming, spraying about above a cacophony of woody percussion and heavy drums. It's grainy and roughhewn but groovy and catchy at the same time.
R-Zone - R-Zone 05
R-Zone
R-Zone 05
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (R-Zone)
9,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Part 5 in the series! Apparently The Hague's most prolific producer is behind this…
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