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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
COS024Ø Phase Module Overload ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl)Cosmic RecordsCOS024UK2000

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Module Overload. Complete your Ø Phase - このピンはEmpyrean islesさんが見つけましたあなたも Pinterest で自分だけのピンを見つけて保存しましょう. Ø was one of the first artists signed to Belgian label Token also home to releases by producers like Inigo Kennedy and Oscar Mulero, beginning with his 2007 EP Mass, and all of his subsequent releases have been on the label. He made his full-length debut in 2013 with the release of his album Frames of Reference his second, Alone in Time, followed in 2015. Paul Simpson, Rovi. 7 May at 14:30 . P e r p l e x e d. Ø - Perplexed Rødhåd's Extended Mix - Remixed Released on Token in 2014. Release date vinyl & digital: 10th of March After a string of. Ever since buying Ashley Burchett's debut release as Ø on Steve Bicknell's Cosmic imprint in 20002001 I have been smitten with his skills as a Techno producer. His tunes are epic, sublime rhythmic journeys that transcend their obvious dancefloor innovations. I hope this mix I did does some justice with the tracks that Burchett has given fans of Techno everywhere. His debut 'Module Overload' was released on London's LostCosmic records in 2000 and. Alongside his production work Ø is also a mastering. Misaligned C2. Just Another Dance album version D1. Shadow Caster a Mastering engineer, Ø began producing as a sideline, releasing his debut 'Module Overload' on Steve Bicknell's LostCosmic records in 2000. This was followed by a string of productions for London's SurfaceInceptive Records and Ben Sims Ingoma imprint, all of which saw consistent big name support throughout the techno community. Country . United Kingdom. On the internet . Ø Musician. Upcoming events. Undiluted techno from an under-appreciated name. Label of the month: Token. The Belgian label has been quietly pushing some of the most compelling techno around. RA's Todd L. Burns give them their close-up. Event statistics. B2Untitled. Cosmic Item No: 617553. Vinyl 12 2000, UK Original Used Vinyl Vinyl: G, Cover: VG. Artist: Ø. Titel: Module Overload. Label: Cosmic. Текст песни: Right by a sattelite we went Out of control A hundred feet in front of me Back up we go

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Ø Phase - Module Overload
Performer: Ø Phase
Genre: Electronic
Title: Module Overload
Country: UK
Released: 2000
Style: Techno, Minimal
MP3 album: 1164 mb
FLAC album: 1772 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 464
Source: Vinyl, 12"
№ Cat: COS024
Label: Cosmic Records

Oghmaghma
Unquestionably, one of the finest pieces of wax I own, and one of those filthy misfits that fits the odd occasion, yet it's hard to pigeonhole or categorize.The A1 of this record has one of the most stubborn loops I've ever stumbled upon, seconded only by Speak To Me by Regis. Wonderfully uneven, perfectly paced and, uhm, unevenly wonderful. The loop is as incessant as any you'll ever come across, and the shamanistic percussion does it justice.The following tune revolves around razor sharp, ululating highs, that just descend upon the mystical percussion and cut the vastness of the audio field to shreds. It's like the A1 tune without the loop. As though all of its mighty percussive elements were compressed into three minutes and left with the unrewarding task of slicing ear lobes to beef jerky strips...B1 is probably the reason why this record is as sought after as it is. A secret favorite by Jeff Mills, I remember scooping up a copy of this piece of wax as part of a random purchase spree after finding out that I'd had heard it dropped a few times. Ashley Burchett was hardly a house hold name back then.Anyways, this tracks is beyond words. An absolutely relentless groove descends upon layers and layers of constantly shifting and altering percussion patterns. Total madness, it's as though the entire track changes focus, speed and flow every sixty seconds. As unpredictable as this record was when I first heard it sixteen years ago.Which brings me to my conclusion. in 2000, this one sounded like it was beamed down from 2016.In 2016, it sounds like it underwent time travel and arrived from 2000.But then again, it sounds like someone in the far and away 2032 wanted to get all cocky and acquaint us with the cool sounds that are popular in their day and age, and teleported it back to us for our primitive pleasure.Regardless, this piece of wax hinted at the immense talent that Phase is, and if you are slightly bit interested in his sound, I cannot stress just how much do you need to own this record. It's that good, and then some more, but I cannot elaborate upon that, because it just isn't possible to break down music brought to us from the future :-/
Wohald
tribal techno pushed to its most hypnotic.... that one track in particular.... scary stuff
Ucantia
voodoo top
Weiehan
my fave Cosmic release. i've only got to hear the B1 cut on mixes (Jeff Mills and Francois K) and never in real time, but i can perfectly imagine this just setting things off.
Gribandis
rating fixed!
Love Me
That is a pretty low vote for your favorite Cosmic release, wouldn't you say? How did yourate the other ones then? One star?You are right about one thing though, this was setting this off at an incendiary rate back in its day...
Mazuzahn
i first heard this ( a1 ) played by steve bicknell at a burundi/lost night at the end a few months before it came out, it really stood out from all the other tracks he played. absolutley stunning record that has really stood the test of time.
Kiutondyl
Phase's debut for Cosmic is probably one of the most stunning and original pieces of 'sci-fi' techno that I've ever had the fortune to come across. I'd be hard pressed to find another techno record that features the depth and gravity contained within this piece of wax. B1 is the pick of the bunch, a heavy chugger that throbs along with flashes of cascading drums and futuristic pitches and drones. It's as though Phase has made this with the Lost dancefloor in mind. I can certainly listen/look back with fond memories as musical hypnosis set in when Bicknell dropped this on the floor at Lost.