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Tehillim (12")
Cat: SA 029. Rel: 19 Dec 16
  1. Tehillim (5:47)
  2. Orma (7:06)
  3. Shtok (6:59)
  4. Even (6:39)
Review: This is the second Stroboscopic Artefacts EP from Yotam Avni and, all things considered, it hasn't taken the artist too long to land on such as class label. Granted, releases for Ovum and Rebirth aren't exactly beneath the Berlin label, but this instantly puts him in a different category as a true resident of the German capital's nightlife. "Tehillim" is a growling, subtle techno pouncer with distant waves of apocryphal hymns, which is followed by the equally moody, grey-scaled techno bleeps and stutters of "Orma". Over on the B-side, "Shtok" dangles its gentle harmonics over a subdued attack of 4/4 drumming, and "Even" takes a turn down a lighter, more positive tonality that is nonetheless weighed down by a tenebrous techno sludge.
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Preternity (12")
Cat: SA 016. Rel: 28 Jan 13
  1. Death (Lucy remix)
  2. Path (Lakker remix)
  3. Life (Rrose remix)
  4. Existence (Kangding Ray remix)
Review: In the lead up to Dadub's debut album You Are Eternity, Stroboscopic Artefacts have commissioned remixes from Lakker and Rrose - their first contributions to the label - as well as Kanding Ray and label boss Lucy. All were given the chance to remix their favourite track from the forthcoming album and Lucy chose "Death", a pleasant surprise in its functionality - not commonly associated with the Italian. Lakker's remix to "Path" delivers some spaciousness and industrialism to Dadub's often busy and syncopated arrangements, while Rrose's remix of "Life" could well be touted as one of the years best reworks with a long and drawn out build and big room drop. Kanding Ray counterbalances Rrose's mix with subtle melodies and water drop percussion in his remix to "Existence".
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Terzo Giorno
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Cat: SA 023. Rel: 19 May 14
  1. Il Canto Della Maga
  2. Il Canto Della Maga (part 2)
  3. Terzo Giorno
  4. Sotto Ma Sotto
Review: To the casual observer it might seem like we are approaching 'Donatoverload' with numerous Dozzy related projects released recently. Look a bit closer though, and it's either been reissues (like the Aquaplano Sessions) collaborations with Tin Man and Neel or extensive remix packages like Plays Bee Mask. There has been little actual solo Dozzy material since a 2011 release for the Acid Test series, so this release for Lucy's Stroboscopic Artefacts label is most welcome! Translating roughly as "Third Day", the four track Terzo Giorno 12" is typical Dozzy with a fine sense of textural dexterity evident on "Il Canto Della Maga (part 2)" and the title track. The addition of Dozzy makes perfect sense for Stroboscopic Artefacts within the context of their recent releases from Lakker, Rrose and Chevel which have provided the label with a renewed juncture to the dancefloor.
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Hyper Opal Mantis
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Cat: SALP 005. Rel: 27 Feb 17
  1. Rubi (9:41)
  2. Lone Pyramids (4:20)
  3. Epsilon (5:34)
  4. Purple Phase (4:16)
  5. Dune (6:30)
  6. Soul Surfing (5:46)
  7. Outremer (5:20)
  8. Onde Mantis (8:05)
  9. Saudade (3:35)
  10. Laniakea (9:45)
Review: Hyper Opal Mantis marks a significant moment in the career of David Letellier. Since first appearing as Kanding Ray back in 2006, Letellier has released a series of fine albums on Raster-Norton, many of which explore the blurred lines between club-ready techno, off-kilter IDM, and worthy experimentalism. For this latest full-length exploration, Letellier has transferred to Stroboscopic Artefacts, in the process subtly tweaking his sound. While rooted in his established "high definition" style, many of the tracks draw influence from ghostly ambience, industrial textures, and the muscular throb of Electronic Body Music. Despite the subtle variations, Hyper Opal Mantis is still very much a Kanding Ray record.
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SA 030
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SA 030 (12")
Cat: SA 030. Rel: 22 May 17
  1. E12 (5:03)
  2. E3.2 (5:06)
  3. E2.2 (5:46)
  4. F8 (6:11)
Played by: Philippe Petit
Self Mythology
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Cat: SACD 007. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Baba Yaga's Hut
  2. Dissonance Emancipation
  3. Vibrations Of A Circular Membrane
  4. A Selfless Act
  5. Meetings With Remarkable Entities
  6. A Millennia Old Adversary
  7. She Wolf Night Mourning
  8. Samsara
  9. Canticle Of Creatures
Review:  Stroboscopic Artefacts's Lucy has arguably been the heart and soul of the label over the last few years, and has helped it go from an interesting boutique techno label, to a direct competitor of other larger-than-life imprints such as Ostgut Ton or Dystopian. The shady Lucy gets down to business with a nine-track LP made up of a vast range of sounds that span from the broken, ambient-laden sketches of "Dissonance Emancipation", to worldly experimental grooves such as "A Millennia Old Adversary". We were expecting a stylish, sleek techno album with plenty of air and mysticism, but instead we have received something even more special, a sort of electronic ritualism that simply cannot be categorised under one genre roof. This is album of the week from us - KILLER.
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Self Mythology
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Self Mythology (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SALP 004. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Baba Yaga's Hut (5:11)
  2. Dissonance Emancipation (9:16)
  3. Vibrations Of A Circular Membrane (5:39)
  4. A Selfless Act (2:18)
  5. Meetings With Remarkable Entities (3:25)
  6. A Millennia Old Adversary (5:22)
  7. She-Wolf Night Mourning (5:21)
  8. Samsara (9:46)
  9. Canticle Of Creatures (2:59)
Review: Whilst the album format has caused countless electronic artists issues, its clear Stroboscopic Artefacts boss Luca Mortadella doesn't feel stricken by such problems. Self-Mythology is the third Lucy album in five years and finds the Italian producer drawing ever deeper into his own world of atmosphere-laden electronics. Described as "a meditation upon the reciprocity between personal hopes and fears and collective dreams and nightmares," the album's nine tracks find Lucy's percussive streaks, complex polyrhythms and patterned ambience reach for new heights and calls to mind the Tryptych-era work of Demdike Stare at times. A real album to sink in, drink up and swim around in for several hours.
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The Lotus Eaters
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Cat: SA 028. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Chloroform (9:46)
  2. Peeling (8:08)
  3. Stained Glass (5:44)
  4. Foil Gardens (12:08)
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Ma (12")
Cat: SA 026. Rel: 15 Feb 16
  1. The Death Of Rebirth (6:21)
  2. Negative Space (5:28)
  3. Ma (12:21)
Review: By now, we should know what to expect from Alistair "Perc" Wells. The no-holds-barred techno maestro has been providing DJs with murky, clandestine workouts for the best part of 15 years, and shows no signs of slowing down. Here he returns to Lucy's Stroboscopic Artefacts label with three more tracks of apocalyptic dancefloor creepiness. While the title track flips the script by blending industrial IDM hits with clanging, metallic textures, the EP's other two cuts are spooky, concrete-clad, brutalist techno shufflers. Of these, it's the broken clocks, panicked noises and thumping bottom-end of "The Death of Rebirth" that stands out.
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V: Five Years Of Artefacts Chapter One
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  1. Rrose - "Drowned By Sight"
  2. Perc - "Tri-City"
  3. Pfirter - "Atman"
  4. Lakker - "Pier"
Review: Has it been five years already? In 2009 Stroboscopic Artefacts revealed itself with label founder Lucy's Why Don't You Change // Dub Man Walking release. In the following years artists like Xhin and Dadub became label faithfuls while others like Perc, Pfirter and Donor helped Stroboscopic Artefacts develop into the techno power house it now is. The recent introduction of artists like Rrose, Lakker (and Eomac), Sendai and Donato Dozzy have further established the label's dominance. This first chapter of various artist EPs Stroboscopic Artefacts will release to celebrate five years of existence brings together the old with the new. Rrose delivers a typically droning "Drowned By Sight" which fans of Sandwell District will love, while Perc's "Tri-City" is a rolling barrage of stiff and rigid drums and industrial atmospheres. Pfirter delivers something more subdued and dubby than his normal peak time fare while Lakker's "Pier" is haunting as always.
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Untitled (12")
Cat: SA 014. Rel: 28 May 12
  1. Xhin - "She's The Disease"
  2. Xhin - "Blinding Truth"
  3. Perc - "Forge"
  4. Perc - "Kater"
Played by: Edit select
V: Five Years Of Artefacts Chapter Three
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  1. Xhin - "Blade Moth"
  2. Tommy Four Seven - "Fffff"
  3. Kangding Ray - "Luna"
  4. DSCRD - "Apparition Hill"
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