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Vakula - Techno Game


Tracklist


1Techno Game
2Night In Forest
3Fire Dance
4Triple Hi-Hat
5Easel Jam
6The End
7Trip To Your Mind

Credits


  • ArtworkJuli Kozyr

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Techno Game - Vakula. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Techno Game. Electronic free to Vakula Techno Game Triple Hi-Hat, Night In Forest and more. 7 tracks 51:28. Mikhaylo Vityuk's fifth album sees him continuing in the techno mode he explored on his previous EP for the Moscow-based Arma label, Modulations. Information on the new seven-track full-length is purposefully scant. As the cover suggests, it is a game. The author does little to nothing to explain the rules, throwing the listener into an elegantly structured space that feels alarmingly material, reads the press release. Vityuk has experimented with divergent concepts since making his name on drea. Vakula - Techno Game 2017. Artist: Vakula Title Of Album: Techno Game Year Of Release: 2017 Label: Arma Genre: Techno Quality: FLAC tracks, 24 bit, 96 kHz Total Time: 00:51:07 Total Size: 910 Mb. PLAYLIST :: 01. Vakula - Triple Hi-Hat 5:59 02. Vakula - Night In Forest 7:24 03. Vakula - Fire Dance 4:50 04. Vakula - Easel Jam 8:25 05. Vakula - Trip To Your Mind 13:52 06. Vakula - Techno Game 4:36 07. Vakula - The End 6:01. Vakula Techno Game Label: Arma ARMA018 Format: 2 Vinyl, LP Pays: Russia Date: 27 Nov 2017 Genre: Electronic Style: Techno. Vakula is a singular artist and musical story teller the main representative of Ukrainian electronic music. in three days the album Vakula & friends Вне времени will be available on - Techno Game 7. Vakula - The End. RecordVinyl Digital Album. Ukrainian producer Vakula, whose name is linked to the early days of Arma, re-emerges with Techno Game. The double vinyl features seven confidently-carved tracks that reflect Vakula's current exploration of techno landscapes. The author does little to nothing to explain the rules, throwing the listener into an elegantly structured space that feels alarmingly material. Vakula - Techno Game. Vakula - A. Garage Glitch Goa trance Grime Hands Up Happy hardcore Hard Dance Hard techno Hard Trance Hard-House Hardcore Hardstyle House IDM Indie Indie Dance Industrial ItaloDance Jump Up Jumpstyle Jungle Leftfield Liquid funk Lo-Fi Lounge Makina Melodic House & Techno Midtempo Minimal Moombahton Neurofunk New age New wave Noise Nu-Disco Progressive Progressive Breaks Progressive House Progressive Trance Psy-Trance Psychedelic Pumping Raggacore

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Vakula - Techno Game
Performer: Vakula
Genre: Electronic
Title: Techno Game
Country: Russia
Released: 27 Nov 2017
Style: Techno
MP3 album: 2535 mb
FLAC album: 1134 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 832
Source: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
№ Cat: ARMA018
Label: Arma

Der Bat
Dope shit ;)

My pressing falls into grooves on a couple songs, which is kinda fixed by increasing the tracking weight. The music is superb.
Celace
An infinitely more techno-based approach to composition than Vakula's previous, trippy, house-meets-jazz-meets-ambient-meets-techno excursion, "Cyclicality Between Procyon and Gomeisa", "Techno Game" once again showcases the Ukranian's musical versatility. With a nary a guitar tweak or a tropical sound in sight, this landscape is populated by cold, gritty, dark, hi-hat-driven techno (as the title of the first track, a twisted, minimalist banger, implies). A journey well worth taking for fans of the artist - some of whom may be put off by the stark lack of melodic modulations - and for connoisseurs of techno music.
"Night in Forest" resolutely sticks to a thudding beat, a distant squelch and rolling black synths, until remnants of light peek through towards the end. "Fire Dance" picks up the pace a little bit, propelled by a bassy thump and mirror-shattering chords that seem to appear from and dissipate into vacuum, just like the track itself does, abruptly. "Easel Jam", one of the album's highlights, perhaps comes closest to echoing the style of "Cyclicality..." with its cosmic ambience and building momentum.
"Techno Game"'s magnum opus, "Trip to Your Mind", starts with a few sustained minutes of a static-like percussion before a deep bass-line brings along a steadily escalating rhythm, with oscillations and distorted synths beamed down to us from Venus. The titular, laconic track also happens to be the best, commencing with a broken beat and swiftly restructuring itself into a dancefloor-ready odyssey. "The End" ties things up nicely with a chiming, sweeping trip.
It's surely one of those albums that should not be disassembled and overly scrutinized track-by-track (like I just did hah!), meant to be ingested at once; tunes flow into each other, creating a universe without differing from each other all that much. A bit more variety would have helped, especially for an artist known for his versatility, but overall "Techno Game" is an enveloping, expertly-crafted, grimy trip into the darker sides of our consciousness, paying tribute to classical dub / acid techno while remaining its own, demonic entity.