Overview. On the hunt for timelessness we travel far and wide and realise only the wisest and stupidest of men never change. Brilliance borders lunacy. Extreme wisdom and extreme stupidity are the same. When you know everything you know nothing. Just as minus infinity reaches plus infinity and forms a circle. Just as extreme right wing and extreme left wing are basically the same but arrived from a different angle. Extremely bad taste becomes good, and extremely good taste is contrived. The truth is in the middle (yes I have come at an age where I can say that) so we have to embrace change to be the only constant.
Everything and everyone always changes. So what does it mean “to be timeless”?
A very special thanks to Efdemin.
The story goes like this:
He gave us the strong winds remix. We told him its a bomb. We also said it‘s a little sad maybe perhaps that it contains so little of the original. “Oh let me try something” was his answer. And the very next day we got sent the good winds mix. Of course we asked if we could include both mixes. How could we choose?
Label: OTB Records
Artist: One Track Brain
Title: The Hunt EP
Format: Vinyl / Digital
Release Date: November 29th, 2019
01. The Hunt
02. The Hunt (Efdemin‘s Strong Wind Remix)
03. Only The Wisest and Stupidest of Men Never Change
04. The Hunt (Efdemin‘s Good Winds Remix)
Overview. Hot on the heels of his debut solo EP issued on the label in late 2018, Milo Spykers returns to Lenske with his much anticipated second outing, ‘Observable 93’. Where his previous, ‘Infinite’, was marked by a certain minimalism in approach – zeroing in on the depth of field and hypnotic power of its reverbs and delayed intricacies, this one has the Belgian producer slinging out a sharper-than-ever tetralogy of strapping big-room agitators that waste no time or energy in useless courtesies, rather well whelming his audience headlong into a deluge of raging kicks and hellish drum swirls to maximum effect.
All horsepowers roaring, ‘Beyond’ sets the tone right away with its heavy battery of pounding kicks and cavalcading drums whipping a frenzy as full-on cascades of liquid-like synth modulations and rumbling echoes interweave in hazardous precipitates. A straight-out binary stormer, the title-track then puts on the kind of no-nonsense hardcore rave buildup that’ll have your brain going on overheat without further ado. The very idea one can make of a peaktime thriller, warheads locked and loaded onto giving the dancers a tough time picking their legs and brain up once the lights are back on again.
Sure to drain every drop of sweat from your sore body in less spins that your washing machine needs to wring your favourite AC-DC tee, the strenuous B-side opener ‘All You Need Is A Thought’ rotates and revolves like a satellite gone out of its orbiting trajectory into deep space. Tailored to drive any sound-system into a corner, ‘The Invisible’ tops it all off in particularly nasty fashion, keeping the pressure gauge in the red up until the woofers have given up the ghost. With this strikingly forceful and ambitious sophomore 12″, Milo Spykers clearly sets his sight onto a new horizon of potentialities, confirming his status as one of the emerging techno artists to keep your eyes on. Closely.
Artist. Milo Spykers
Title. Observable 93
Overview. If you’ve come across Amelie Lens’ all-new fabric presents mix, then the name of Ahl Iver shall definitely ring a bell. In addition to a forthcoming appearance at the next Exhale party in Antwerp in February 2020, where he’ll get to share the stage with Richie Hawtin, Helena Hauff, Kobosil, Stephanie Sykes and the whole LENSKE family, new sensation Ahl Iver is undeniably on the cusp of big things, and his debut EP, ‘Haunted Patterns’, sets the tone in gutsy fashion.
The opening track ‘7AM’ features a punchy gabber kick and rush, hard-hitting drums and a healthy dose of slimy acid squelch to leave you dazed and confused for a while. Adding his ever efficient spin to the original, LENSKE mainstay Milo Spykers reworks the groove onto straightforward clubby railway as he sure knows well how to subdue the dancers through the most wildly enjoyable ankle-twisting/brain-melting manoeuvres.
As its name suggests the title-track ‘Haunted Patterns’ is a spooky dance floor affair. Allowing a 4/4 hell to break loose on the basement while enveloping it in further hypnotic synths and intense cosmic vibrations. Lovers of classic Altern-8 style hardcore shall find the perfect outlet to their headbanging fantasies in the euphoria-inducing ‘Rave Simulator’. With four cuts tailored to take clubs and dance floors by storm, Ahl Iver steps up for his debut record on LENSKE.
Artist. Ahl Iver
Title. Haunted Patterns
Format: 12″ / Digital
Label: LENSKE Records
Cat. No: LENSKE009
Release Date: December 20, 2019
A1 / 1. 7AM
A2 / 2. 7AM (Milo Spykers Remix)
B1 / 3. Haunted Patterns
B2 / 4. Rave Simulator
B1. The Trickster (Setup) Lyrics:
Fear of a nationwide struggle so deep and steep, like trails of a tank and ten banks go on blank. Dead strike without knives and no stumbling upon stones on the ground. How does this sound?
Holy as in holy not hollow, officer puts my hands in chains, my mind full of stains like never before. Andromeda Nebula forced to hit a black hole like never before. You hear me?
Full feature night on drugs, cardboard images cut out on Mohair rugs, and no one is considered to be the thug. Celebrate your future life as if it is your last one you will ever survive.
Continuously reading the websites full of domestic violence, of the masses bending over and getting raped by some New World Order. Flip over, don’t come any fucking closer.
Insanity markets your marketing and possessed demons of consumerism throw figures at you. What the fuck could you even do?
As matter speaks out on behalf, consider consulting your true self as a moment in time ain’t working so fine. Move over make place for the newest case of tactics in-your-face, what the fuck is ‘race’ anyway?
Truth will be spoken by grown men in black togas, and one thing can’t fail cause everything is for sale. Your heroes bend over like hoes – supposed to raise a cash drain for some hero in some office which is too insane. For words, obviously.
Geological structures in cold war politics – scan your communication in order to create disordered communities. No policies on privacy, it’s that writer’s legacy. Go to your bookstore and buy ‘1984’.
As they beat up opponents and crush down minorities, the masses raise their heads in dangerous glory. Not ashamed by their own history – no, probably simply not aware in their heads of the soil and all the red and the dead.
What the fuck could you even do to stop it, or do you truly want to stop this? Dream on, get a life.
Listen to Ken by Gardens of God.
A1 / 1. Ken
A2 / 2. Spirits
B1 / 3. Bell You
Overview. Returning with their second outing after a choice debut offering from Latmos, Blacklabel Distillery hand the reins over to label co-founder Samuli Kemppi and longstanding friend and collaborator Inigo Kennedy for a four-track safari across murky post-industrial terrains and shadow-clad dubby depths under their new collaborative alias, Catalogue Of Errors.
Melding Kennedy’s sensitive harmonics into Kemppi’s fiery rhythmic whorls and scrolls, Catalogue Of Errors synthesizes both of the artists’ idiosyncratic traits through hybrid schemes – by turns obscure and disquieting, whilst other times more emotive and opulently textured. The compositions comprising this eponymous debut effort lack no floor-traction, that’s for sure, but also don’t plan on relying on their big-room strike force attributes exclusively, far from that.
A much speaking example of the duo’s complementary power, ‘404 breaks things in on an equally melodic and dominant note that also suits as a manifesto of the pair’s ambitions. Going straight for the jugular, ‘Kernel Panic’ allows no lingering doubt about its intentions: it’s all cut up and fashioned to wash the club over in a deluge of alarm-like bleeps, stomping drums and stealth acid bass swashes tailored to whip up a frenzy amongst the dancers.
Flip sides and let the knee-buckling ‘Buffer Overflow’ take over your mind and body for good. A laser-guided peaktime weapon of the finest alloy, this one plays mind games like none other. Twisting ankles by the dozen with its evil breaks and sudden drops, whilst tweaking the pressure gauge from ill-mospheric to utterly oppresive, this one promises moments of sheer lunacy on and off the dancefloor.
Drifting towards the leftfield end of the spectrum although not losing sight of its native club environment, ‘BSOD’ winds up ‘Catalogue Of Errors’ debut 12″ on a droney/ambient tech tip that further asserts Kemppi and Kennedy’s uniquely poetic and rough-grinded take on contemporary techno with the very audacious yet sure-handed mastery of worldly-wise producers at their most effective and inspired.
Artist. Inigo Kennedy & Samuli Kemppi
Title. Catalogue Of Errors
CAT#. BLD002 – May 20th, 2019
Format. Vinyl 12″ / Digital
A / 1. 404
AA / 2. Kernel Panic
B / 3. Buffer Overflow
BB / 4. BSOD
Artist. Tiger & Woods
I Forever Summer
II Warning Fails
III A Lovely Change
IV Night Quake V The Bad Boys
VI Salsaro Ete VII 1:00AM
VIII Kelly McGillis
Something about Radionasty:
Artist: Dave Clarke & Radionasty
Tittle: White Noise 313
Rls date: 04-12-2011
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Something about Adam Beyer:
Artist: Adam Beyer
Tittle: Drumcode 066
Rls date: 04.11.2011
01. joseph capriati – spring sprouts — unrilis records
02. chris hope – i take [sasha carassi remix] – driving forces
03. m.i.t.a. – technamplesso
04. xpansul & alessio mereu – moldy oscillators – analytic trail
05. markantonio — hade game – slaze records
06. marco bailey – purple haze [joseph capriati remix] ‘ mb electronics
07. sasha carassi – tetrahertz – unrilis rec
08. uberto – infinite potential
09. dj hi-shock – ageha [kyle geiger remix]
10. slam – stepback [adam beyer & jesper dalback remix] ‘ soma
11. roberto capuano – white stripes – analytic trail
12. bodyscrub – radiate [original mix] – respekt
13. luigi madonna – lost in lodz remix – amazing records
14. luigi madonna – city liner – excentrik muzik
15. alberto pascual – bailando – analytic trail
16. slam ~ area 51- drumcode
17. fergie – liquid brain [alan fitzpatrick remix] – excentrik muzik
18. kalden bess – nine souls [samuel l.sesslon remix] – ground factory rec
19. truncate – pad mode [jerome sydenham remix] – enemy records
20. cari lekebusch & joseph capriati – napoli 4 pm – drumcode
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Biography of Santos:
Artist: Martin Eyerer & Santos
Tittle: Kling Klong Radioshow – October 2011
Rls date: 04-10-2011
Genre: Minimal Techno
First hour by SANTOS (Rockets & Ponies)
01_SANTOS_\”MOTHORI\”_ROCKETS & PONIES_
02_BUTCH_\”RAWHIDE\”_SEI ES DRUM_
04_EGAL 3_\”CAMUFLAJ\”_(SANTOS wood remix)MONIQUE MUSIQUE_
05_NICOLE MOUDABER_\”DON\’T TOUCH MY JUNK\”_(SANTOS permanent jack remix)_KING KLONG_
06_SANTOS_\”NEWYORKESE\”_(ALEX TEPPER REMIX) ROCKETS & PONIES
07_SANTOS_\”SINUS DISCO\”_ROCKETS & PONIES
08_SANTOS_\”CARAMBOLAGE\”_ROCKETS & PONIES
09_DEEPGROOVE,THIEVE_\”TELL YOU WHY\”_(STEVE MAC REMIX)_SUARA
10_SANTOS_\”MATINee\”ROCKETS & PONIES_
Second hour by MARTIN EYERER (Kling Klong)
01 jeahmon chameleon natura viva
02 david mayer moment keinemusik
03 kruse & nuernberg lights blinding liebe detail
04 mario aureo on every corner (chris lattnermx) yippiee
05 peter horrevoorts fire in thedisco kanzleramt
06 marc antona illegal dissonant
07 james talk & android cartel mafumi (neuroxyde rmx) neurotraxx
08 piemont managua (thomas schumacher rmx) yellow tail
09 rainer weichhold jerk chicks (dub) kling klong
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Something about Sasha Carassi:
Artist: Sasha Carassi
Tittle: Rhythm Convert(ed) Podcast #010
Rls date: 29.06.2011
Quality: 85 MB | 61 Minutes | 192 kbps
1. Pascal Mollin vs. Pan-Pot – The_Elephant (Pig & Dan Remix)
2. Sian – Are You Reading This (Ramon Tapia Remix)
3. Redhead – Calciform (Original Mix)
4. Sasha Carassi – Cubic Carbon (Original Mix)
5. Fergie – The F.E.A.R. (Sasha Carassi Remix)
6. Alex Bau – Noise A (Alan Fitzpatrick Remix)
7. Tom Hades – Necesito (Original Mix)
8. Luigi Madonna – Reset (Original Mix)
9. Xpansul & Alessio Mereu – Track 3 (Sasha Carassi Remix)
10. Sasha Carassi – Untitled
11. Lee J Malcolm – Oh Yeah (Ben Sims Rolling Dub Remix)
12. Kalden Bess (Aka m0h) – Next (Flug Remix)
13. Snello – Forget Your Brain (Locomatica Remix)
14. Roberto – Logical Progression (Jerome Krom Remix)